matching invoices that are imported through AccountingLink to payments made thru my Credit Card terminal that are downloaded to my bank register.
Hello Everyone, first time asking a question.
So my system is setup with NAPATRACS that records my invoices including costs of part and labor and sales tax. I downloaded AccountingLink which exports those invoices and payments to my QBO. In QBO I download my bank register and see grouped payments coming from my credit card machine that we use to process credit cards that goes directly into the bank acct. I want to match multiple imported Invoices to the downloaded deposits from my credit card machine. How? And when I manually match Multiple invoices together to match the deposit amount and make them a bank deposit, it creates a new deposit along side the downloaded one from the bank. do i need to do this for all of them and exclude the deposits that get downloaded from the bank so they don't keep showing up every time I update it?
Hopefully you can follow my train of thought, Thank you.
I have some information about how to match your downloaded transactions with multiple invoices. You'll only need to match the transactions that are already in your register (imported invoices). Then, exclude downloaded deposits to avoid duplicate records. Let's go to your banking page to see it.
Go to the Banking menu, and then hit the Banking tab.
If QuickBooks has found a possible match for the bank transaction, QuickBooks displays an outlined green box under the Category or Match column that says 1 record found message to the matching transaction.
Tick the boxes next to the transaction and then Accept.
For multiple invoices, click the deposit transaction and then tap the Find match radio-button. This will open the Match transactions page where you can choose the transactions to match.
For duplicate records, mark the box next to the transaction and then choose Exclude.
The screenshots below will show you how it looks like.
For details about matching downloaded transactions, check out these guides: