Glad to have you here on the Community page, @tgaddis1.
We have multiple ways of bringing batch transactions to QuickBooks Online (QBO). One of these is by preparing an Excel CSV file, then import it to QBO, however, this is just limited for bank transactions such as payments and deposits.
At this time, uploading journal entries isn't available in QBO. To bring the transactions to QuickBooks, you need to input them manually.
I understand the importance of this feature for you and your business, @tgaddis1. I'll take note of this and pass along the information to our product engineers. This way, they'll know what our customers needed and might consider the feature in the coming updates.
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Utilize a 3rd party tool to import JE in bulk
The template should be like this
|101||01/10/2020||Wire Transfer||FALSE||Savings||-50.00||Credit Savings|
|101||01/10/2020||Wire Transfer||FALSE||Checking||50.00||Debit Checking|
|102||01/10/2020||Wire Transfer||FALSE||Savings||200.00||Debit Savings|
I too would like to be able to upload journal entries as opposed to manually entering them! There are some standard ones that would be very helpful to have, as an option, an upload feature. In my case, it is primarily the payroll JEs. I have an import file from my payroll provider, but do not see where in QBO, I can import/upload it.
I'm glad to see you here in the Community, @jwyly.
QuickBooks Online (QBO) gives you the option to import mass transactions but is currently limited to deposits and checks. However, to import Journal Entries into QBO, you may wish to consider using a third-party application.
You can visit this site: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/app/apps/home/. This is where you can find QuickBooks supported third-party application to assist you in importing your payroll journal entries.
Also, here is the What's new in QBO: learn more about a new embedded bill pay capability in QuickBooks Online such as Options to pay a bill and Options to choose how vendors receive payment. For more details, please visit our QuickBooks Blog.
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