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Hakim Skalli
Level 1

Reconciling accounts

I reconciled the accounts for the last financial quarter but accidently reconciled up to the closing balance of 4th February.  My accountant has asked me to unreconciled the accounts and re-reconcile up to 31st January.  How do I unreconciled and start again

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QuickBooks Team

Reconciling accounts

Welcome, @Hakim Skalli and thank you for coming to the QuickBooks Community for assistance. I have some insight on unreconciling to pass along.


Your Accountant would need to undo the reconcile for you. To undo a reconciliation, you must open the client's company file from QuickBooks Online Accountant (signed in as an Accountant user), then open the account, locate the reconciliation, and undo it.


Here are the steps:

  1. In QuickBooks Online Accountant and signed in as an accountant user, select the client from the drop-down list on the Toolbelt to open the client's company file.
  2. Select the Gear icon on the Toolbar.

  3. Under Tools, select Reconcile.

  4. On the Reconcile an account page, select History by account.
  5. On the History by account page, select the Account and Report period to locate the reconciliation to undo.
  6. From the Action column drop-down list, select Undo.
  7. When prompted to confirm, select Yes.
  8. In the final confirmation window, select Undo.
  9. Select Ok.

For more information on how to undo a reconcile, click here.


Please keep me posted on your results with this here, the Community has you covered. Thanks again, I'll be standing by for your response.

Level 3

Reconciling accounts

If you do Not have the Accountant version, you cannot Unreconcile. But you can go to the bank register and click the column that shows if it is reconciled or not.  You might have to Customize columns to show Reconcile Status.  Click this column for each transaction you want to Unreconcile, until it is blank.

Then Reconcile again, and enter the date you want to end at.

Then mark the ones that need reconciled.


This might work


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