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Recording QuickBooks Payments bank deposits FAQs

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Get answers to frequently asked questions about recording merchant service deposits.

Here are some frequently asked questions about automatically recording and matching merchant service deposits in QuickBooks Desktop.

Here’s where to look for transactions in your merchant service deposit:

  • Add payments to record tab: Select any batch that has a status of Add payments to record, then expand the batch to see the transactions. To record them, select the payment to record under the batch, then select Add payment.
  • Recorded tab: These are transactions that have been matched with invoices and recorded. Select any of the batches to expand them, then look for the transactions.
  • Pending for deposit tab: These are transactions are still pending and usually funded in 2-3 business days.

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Either switch to an admin user, or sign in as an admin and give the user permission to create and print checks. They also need permission to create, modify, and view account balances on the chart of accounts.

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If you’re using automatic match and record of transactions, you’re not able to record deposits and fees separately. We record both the deposits and fees together, and you can find them in your deposits and fees account that’s set up in your deposit settings.

If you’re seeing duplicate fees being recorded, this is usually because the memo field in your chart of accounts was edited. We recommend not editing this field to avoid duplicate fees being recorded.

If you’re unable to add payments to a transaction, you can dismiss them. You’ll need to add these transactions manually, then you can record the payments.

This can happen if there’s an overpayment on the invoice or the invoice was marked paid without adding the payment from your merchant service deposit.

For e-invoice transactions you’ve added manually, we recommend you delete the recorded entries and add the payments from your merchant service deposit.

We recommend adding payments for an eInvoice through merchant service deposits. This way, you’ll have the right balances if your customer makes partial payments.

If you’d like to manually match and record deposits and fees, you need to turn off automatic reconciliation first. Here’s how.

  1. Go to Banking, then select Record Merchant Service Deposits.
  2. Go to Deposit Settings, then select the Auto match is record is turned on toggle.
  3. Select Save Settings.

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