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Two bank accounts. Yesterday 39 transactions downloaded to the wrong account. Today it worked fine. How do I move downloaded transactions between bank accounts?

 
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Two bank accounts. Yesterday 39 transactions downloaded to the wrong account. Today it worked fine. How do I move downloaded transactions between bank accounts?

Hi there, @michael64.

 

You'll need to exclude the downloaded bank transactions and upload them to the right account. Let me guide you how.

 

In your QuickBooks Online (QBO) account:

  1. Go to the Banking menu.
  2. On the Banking page, select the For Review tab.
  3. Select the checkboxes of the transactions to exclude.
  4. Choose Exclude Selected from the Batch actions drop-down.

Here's an article you can read for more details: Exclude Expenses from Downloaded Bank Transactions.

 

Once done, download the transaction from your bank and upload them to the right account. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Banking menu.
  2. Select the Banking tab.
  3. Select the right bank.
  4. Form the Update drop-down menu, select File upload.

I've got you this article for more details: Manually Upload Transactions into QuickBooks Online.

 

Also, I recommend reaching out to your accountant for further advice. This way, you'll be guided accordingly.

 

Once done, you'll have the option to assign and categorize the downloaded transaction. Here's an article you can read for the details: Assign, Categorize, Edit, and Add your Downloaded Banking Transactions.

 

Should you have other concerns or questions regarding your QBO account, feel free to leave a comment below. I'm always here to help.

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Two bank accounts. Yesterday 39 transactions downloaded to the wrong account. Today it worked fine. How do I move downloaded transactions between bank accounts?

Hi there, @michael64.

 

You'll need to exclude the downloaded bank transactions and upload them to the right account. Let me guide you how.

 

In your QuickBooks Online (QBO) account:

  1. Go to the Banking menu.
  2. On the Banking page, select the For Review tab.
  3. Select the checkboxes of the transactions to exclude.
  4. Choose Exclude Selected from the Batch actions drop-down.

Here's an article you can read for more details: Exclude Expenses from Downloaded Bank Transactions.

 

Once done, download the transaction from your bank and upload them to the right account. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Banking menu.
  2. Select the Banking tab.
  3. Select the right bank.
  4. Form the Update drop-down menu, select File upload.

I've got you this article for more details: Manually Upload Transactions into QuickBooks Online.

 

Also, I recommend reaching out to your accountant for further advice. This way, you'll be guided accordingly.

 

Once done, you'll have the option to assign and categorize the downloaded transaction. Here's an article you can read for the details: Assign, Categorize, Edit, and Add your Downloaded Banking Transactions.

 

Should you have other concerns or questions regarding your QBO account, feel free to leave a comment below. I'm always here to help.

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Two bank accounts. Yesterday 39 transactions downloaded to the wrong account. Today it worked fine. How do I move downloaded transactions between bank accounts?

I got to the point where I tried to upload a .CSV file and I get an error saying there was something wrong with the .CSV file. Any ideas?

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Two bank accounts. Yesterday 39 transactions downloaded to the wrong account. Today it worked fine. How do I move downloaded transactions between bank accounts?

Thanks for following on this thread, @bg3_llc.


This error occurs when the formatting or the mapping of the CSV file is incorrect. I have a few steps you can try to fix the issue.


First, check the format of your file. QBO can import CSV files that use either a 3-column or 4-column type.
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Next, let’s review the information and make sure it doesn’t contain any of the following characters.

 

  • 0's are not allowed anywhere in the file, e.g $0 should be left blank.
  • $ symbols are not allowed, e.g $234 should be 234.
  • Commas for thousands are not allowed, e.g 2,111 should be 2111.
  • Other special characters such as #, %, and & are not allowed.

After reviewing the entries, you can start importing them. For some tips on how to successfully bring in bank data into QBO, check out the Import bank transactions article.

 

If there’s anything else I can help you find in QuickBooks, leave a comment below. I’m here to assist further and make sure you’re taken care of. Have a great rest of the day.

 

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