Hi there, nathanevansplumb.
It will be my pleasure to help you get to the bottom of this and make sure you're able to upload to retrieve your reconciliation records.
I haven't received reports similar to this issue Usually, this sort of behavior is often the result of browser hang-ups which can be quickly resolved by clearing the browser cache. However, I recommend accessing your account in a Private browsing window first to verify if this is caused by the system or your browser.
Here are the keyboard shortcuts that will help you accomplish this in all supported browsers:
Check to see if your reconciliations are back. If they are, then your main browser may have too much historical data from previously visited websites which slows down internal processes and causes this kind of behavior.
To ensure this doesn't happen again, it's a good idea to clear the cache of the browser you're using. The following article contains additional insight, as well as steps for the supported browsers: Delete or disable cache and temporary internet files in your web browser
Let me know how it goes on your end. I'm determined to get this fixed for you. Thanks for coming to the Community, I'll be standing by for your response.
I'm having the same problem. I have three accounts. I reconciled my 3 accounts on 3/8/19. When I open reconcile in one of them it says last reconciled on 12/31/18. The other two accounts show my last reconciliation on 3/8/19. Clearing my browser history did not resolve the issue. Any suggestions?
I'm having the same problem. I have 3 accounts. I reconciled all 3 accounts on 3/8/19. When I open one of the accounts to reconcile it says last reconciled 12/31/18. The other two accounts show last reconciled 3/8/19. I cleared my browsing history as you suggested but it didn't help. Any more suggestions?
Thanks for bringing this reconciliation concern to my attention, @Dee08.
Allow me to provide you with additional information about your missing reconciled transactions.
Here's the possible reason your reconciled transactions are missing from your reconciliation reports.
With QuickBooks, you have the ability to verify who made changes on your account by viewing the Audit Log. Here’s how to check:
Once you have reviewed the audit log, if the transactions were deleted, there would be a need to re-enter those transactions manually or reconcile it again.
That should do it! This will enable you to fix any discrepancy when running the reconciliation report.
Hello there, @Dee08.
Thank you for providing the QuickBooks version you’re using. I can walk you through the steps in viewing the Audit Trail Report.
This report shows all activities done on the company file with the name of the user who performed it. You can view the changes made on the bank reconciliation by following the steps below.
Here’s an article about customizing reports for more information: Customize reports in QuickBooks Desktop.
Once done, you should see if someone changed the status of the reconciled transactions. If so, redo the reconciliation.
Check out the following articles for reference:
That should get you pointed in the right direction.
Leave a comment below if you have questions, I’m always here to answer them. Have a good one!
Thanks for the reply. I ran the Audit Trail report as you suggested. can't see anything that says someone changed the status of a reconciled transaction. It just shows every transaction I've
entered during the requested date range. Also, I don't see a filter in
this audit trail report for reconciled transactions. So, according to this
report and best I can tell there were no changes to my reconciliations. I have printed reports
showing I reconciled In Jan, Feb and March. I'm afraid to redo my
reconciliation reports if I don't know what caused this issue. Any
Thanks for the update, @Anonymous.
I appreciate you checking into the Audit Trail Report to verify if there are changes on the reconciled transactions. Let’s make sure you’re accessing the most recent company file.
It’s possible that the one you restored is a backup copy of the company file before the reconciliation happen. This could be the reason why it’s showing a different last reconciled date.
Locate the right file and restore it by following the steps below:
Here are screenshots from step 1-4 for visual reference:
Refer to this article for more information: Restore a backup of your company file.
That should get you on the right track.
Let me know if this works out for you, I'm always here to help. Have a good one!
Confirmed I'm using the most recent company file. I have 3 accounts. Two of my accounts show my most recent reconciliation date. One does not show my most recent reconciliation date although I have printed reports that show it has been reconciled as recent as March 8. Is it safe to just go back and reconcile this account again starting in Jan? The one I'm having problems with is my main business account. I need to get this figured out soon...I'm beginning to get really nervous about this!!!
Thank you for getting back to us and providing additional information here in the Community. Allow me to step in and assist you with the strange behavior happening with your reconciliation in QuickBooks Desktop.
Usually, transactions get unreconciled only if there's a user that undo the reconciliation on your company file. Since you have a copy of the reports from the specific date that you've reconciled, I recommend doing it again.
Please also make sure to update your QuickBooks to ensure you'll have the latest release for the program. In case you need the steps, I'm adding them below for you:
For your future reference, I'm also linking an article with additional information on this, such as the detailed steps on reconciling account:
Please feel free to get in touch with me here for any additional assistance you need with the reconciliation. The Community always has your back.
It's nice to have you as part of the conversation, @nora rozin,
Allow me to join the discussion as I want to make sure you have the correct reconciliation history in QuickBooks.
Before anything else, may I know if you recently restored a back up? Any information you can share will help us drill down the issue.
If you have missing information on your company file, it's possible that you're opening a wrong file or restored an outdated back up. To get past this, you can do a global search on your computer to get the most recent *.qbw (company file extension) or *.qbb (back up extension) files. Let me guide you through the steps:
Step 1: On your computer, perform a wild card search for all company files by typing one of the following into the search bar:
Step 2: Open your file in QuickBooks 2016 depending on the type of your QuickBooks file.
I'm confident that these steps will get you to the right direction. Please let me know how it goes. I look forward to your response about this. Have a good one!
i have lost 3 months of bank reconciliations. in the past i have lost check payments as well, even tho i have a hard copy back up of these things being completed. how can i fix this? i am the only one who uses qb desktop in my business. i discover this missing issues at random, and have lots of new data entered after them. is there a way to merge back ups if i can find an older version without things being deleted?
i only have one company and i am the only one who uses qb desktop. i enter data as business needs require. 3 months of reconciliations have disappeared. i have to re do oct, nov, dec of 2018 even tho i have these done and printed out in my folder. i don't know when these disappeared, but i have entered a significant amount of data since then. can i merge back ups?
Hello there, nora rozin.
Let's recover your missing reconciled transaction by using the Auto Data Recovery feature in QuickBooks Desktop. This feature can help us recover any loss or corrupted data.
For your reference, kindly check this article on how to recover lost data with QuickBooks Auto Data Recovery.
If the same thing happens, I'd recommend contacting our Customer Care team. They can help you further with this. Also, they can create a report and send it to our engineers. This way, our engineers can investigate the issue that you've experienced.
Here's how to contact them:
Please let me know how it goes by leaving a comment below. I'd get back to you as quickly as I can.
Me too! 3 months of reconcilliation gone. Looks like MANY are having this problem all at the same time. Can't blame the accountant. Looks like a QB update issue. What's the plan????
You can check your Previous Reconciliation report and Audit Trail. Let me add some details about this and help you from there.
Checking you Previous Reconciliation report allows you to know if you've reconciled for those months. And your Audit Trail shows if someone did undo your reconciliation.
You can follow these steps in pulling up the Previous Reconciliation report:
Here's how you pull up the Audit Trail:
Once you've verified that there were no changes and no one changed your reconciliation, you can redo the reconciliation.
To redo your reconciliation, kindly follow the steps below:
Don't hesitate to let me know if you have any other concerns. I'll be here to help.
Hi there, @molbrez.
Thanks for letting me know about this concern. I've got some additional information to share in fixing this reconciliation concern.
In QuickBooks Desktop, data won't be removed unless it was deleted manually. In cases like this, we can go ahead and run the verify your data. This can help fix data-related issues on a company file.
Before doing so, make sure to open the correct company file. Once verified, you can now start the process by following these steps below:
After that, you can proceed with verifying the data:
For detailed information about this, please see this link: Resolve data damage on your company file.
If the issue persists, I'd recommend reaching out to our Customer Care Team. They have the tools to look further into this matter and can open an investigation ticket if necessary.
I'm still here to help if there's anything else that you need. Just leave a reply below and I'll get back to you. Have a lovely day ahead!
Thanks for joining this thread, @k105.
Running the Verify and Rebuild Data Utilities can help fix data damaged issues.
Verifying the data will check any damaged transactions or lists in your company file, and rebuilding it will resolve any problems detected in your account. I have a few simple steps to perform this task.
However, if the Verify tool finds an issue with the data, you’ll be prompted to Rebuild Now or View Errors. To continue, follow the steps in this article and proceed to the Review Last Verify/Rebuild section: Resolve data damage on your company file.
Stay in touch if you need more help while working in QuickBooks. Please know I’m more than happy to assist further. Have a good one.
Quickbooks upgraded and I have lost the last 7 months of reconciliations. The transactions are still there. I tried using the Auto Data Recovery process, as well as the Verify and Rebuild steps. None of that recovered my reconciliation information.
This is very frustrating that I will now have to go back and redo reconciliations from January.
I also allowed Quickbooks to upgrade and have lost 7 months worth of reconciliations. I tried the Auto Data Recovery process as well as Validate and Rebuild. None of these methods have worked.
Now I will have to redo the reconciliations that I did over the course of the year. Not a happy customer.