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DelCon
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Reversing a Voided Check

Last month I sent out Check #1 to pay for 2 invoices.  The company said they did not receive the check.  I then voided Check #1 and issued Check #2, which now included additional invoices. (4 total invoices)

 

While doing the monthly bank reconciliation, I notice that Check #1 was cashed. They have also received Check #2 and cashed that one.

 

What is the best way to re-enter Check #1 into QB and tie to the original 2 invoices?

 

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Best answer February 08, 2021

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Jovychris_A
QuickBooks Team

Reversing a Voided Check

Let me help you enter your checks right, @DelCon.

 

You won't have to untie the two invoices created in check #2 since you have already linked them to the four invoices.

 

What you can do is to recreate check #1 transaction with no tied invoices. This way, it will leave an open overpayment to the vendor/client. Also, ensure to set the date on when you issued the check. 

 

Here's how

  1. Go to the Banking menu and select Write Checks.
  2. Provide all the necessary information. 
  3. Click Save & Close once done.

 

I've added an article for other details in writing checks: Create, modify, and print checks.

 

Additionally, you can bookmark this article to learn more insights into managing vendor/client expenses: Expenses and vendors

 

Let me know if there's anything that I can help you with your checks. I'm always here to help. Have a wonderful day!

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Jovychris_A
QuickBooks Team

Reversing a Voided Check

Let me help you enter your checks right, @DelCon.

 

You won't have to untie the two invoices created in check #2 since you have already linked them to the four invoices.

 

What you can do is to recreate check #1 transaction with no tied invoices. This way, it will leave an open overpayment to the vendor/client. Also, ensure to set the date on when you issued the check. 

 

Here's how

  1. Go to the Banking menu and select Write Checks.
  2. Provide all the necessary information. 
  3. Click Save & Close once done.

 

I've added an article for other details in writing checks: Create, modify, and print checks.

 

Additionally, you can bookmark this article to learn more insights into managing vendor/client expenses: Expenses and vendors

 

Let me know if there's anything that I can help you with your checks. I'm always here to help. Have a wonderful day!

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