Thanks for reaching out to us in the Community, @RL19.
I'm here to share some information about reconciling a bank fee in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).
Just to verify, did you enter the bank fee on the Service Charge section in the Begin Reconciliation window?
If so, it's possible that you might have already entered these charges/fees in QBDT (i.e checks or expenses). If that's the case, you can leave that section as blank and continue the process.
You can check out this article for additional information about reconciling bank and credit card accounts in QuickBooks.
That should do it. Please let me know how it goes or if you're referring to something else so I can get back to you right away. I'm always here to help. Take care and have a great rest of the day!
I'd like to join this discussion and add to my colleague FritzF's awesome answer.
As mentioned, it's possible that the $30 bank fee has already been entered in your QuickBooks bank register. If that is the case, it is ideal to find the expense recorded in the register and delete it. This way, you'll be able to enter the $30 fee in the Service Charge field and reconcile the account without any difference.
However, if you don't want to delete it, you could leave it as is and simply not enter the fee in the Service Charge field. Just make sure to select the expense when reconciling the account to get rid of the $30 difference in this scenario.
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Keep in touch if you need further assistance with this, or if there's anything else I can do for you. I've got your back. Thanks for dropping by, wishing you all the best!
Welcome and thank you for posting here on the Community page, @TDC635.
I have a few steps to help share with you so you'll be able add the bank service fee on your last month's reconciliation.
To add the bank service fee on the last month's reconciliation, you have to undo the entire (last month) reconciliation and reconcile your transactions again. To undo the last month's reconciliation:
Once completed, undo the reconciliation and ensure to include the bank service fee.
For additional reference, you may check these articles:
If you need further assistance with the process, you may get in touch with our Support Team.
Please don't hesitate to add a comment below if you have any other reconciliation concerns, I'll be always here to help you. Have a good day ahead!
I entered the service charge in the bounced check screens, but then I also put it in the reconciliation set up screen. Which one do I delete? I assume I want to delete the one associated in the reconciliation report since I would like to keep the record with the customer and I charged him a higher fee due to it. Hopefully that makes sense! I have Desktop Pro 2019
I'm here to help, jreh.
You can remove the Service Charge amount in the Begin Reconciliation page. This can cause discrepancy since you've included it on the bounced check.
The Bank fee you've added on the bounced check will automatically show up when you reconcile it.
Also, adding a Customer fee to a bounced check will automatically create an invoice. That way, you can charge your customer for it.
Here are some of the articles for more details:
The QuickBooks Community is open 24/7. Reply again if you need more help.
I have a different problem. Now when I enter the bank service fee as you illustrate, my posting OK goes dim. I have using journal entries but now I am chasing AP's on my balance sheet even though I am "reconciled"