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SLund26
Level 1

Accountant's Copies

I was wondering if an accountant's copy can be sent twice? The firm I work for has a client that did not open the accountant's copy that was sent. Would we be able to resend what was already sent to them?

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Best answer January 21, 2021

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MadelynC
QuickBooks Team

Accountant's Copies

Yes, you can resend the Accountant's Copy file, @SLund26.


I’m glad that you’ve visited us. Let me share some information here so you can send the copies again.


QuickBooks Desktop allows you to re-send the Accountant's Copy file. Before that, they can test the link first if it is really expired or something else. Here’s how:

 

  1. Right-click the file name and select Copy Hyperlink.
  2. Paste to your browser's address bar and press Enter.
  3. If the file downloaded successfully, open the Accountant's Copy from the saved location.


On the other hand, If they’re getting the same error, you'll have to re-send the Accountant's Copy file. You can follow the outlined steps on the link.


Please don't hesitate to add a comment below if you have additional questions concerning the accountant's copies. I'll be around to help you. Have a good one!

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MadelynC
QuickBooks Team

Accountant's Copies

Yes, you can resend the Accountant's Copy file, @SLund26.


I’m glad that you’ve visited us. Let me share some information here so you can send the copies again.


QuickBooks Desktop allows you to re-send the Accountant's Copy file. Before that, they can test the link first if it is really expired or something else. Here’s how:

 

  1. Right-click the file name and select Copy Hyperlink.
  2. Paste to your browser's address bar and press Enter.
  3. If the file downloaded successfully, open the Accountant's Copy from the saved location.


On the other hand, If they’re getting the same error, you'll have to re-send the Accountant's Copy file. You can follow the outlined steps on the link.


Please don't hesitate to add a comment below if you have additional questions concerning the accountant's copies. I'll be around to help you. Have a good one!

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Kathi Moss
Level 1

Accountant's Copies

I tried to do accountants copy and it is saying Quyickbooks ran into an error while trying to send your usage data. Please call Payroll SUpport so one of your payroll specialist can help you? How do I get an accountants copy copied?

MaryLurleenM
Moderator

Accountant's Copies

Hello there, Kathi Moss.

 

You'll need to remove your accountant's copy restriction first to resend a copy to your accountant. This way, QuickBooks will not prompt you that the Accountant Copy is already out. Removing your accountant's restriction means you are voiding the initial copy that was created. Before doing so, ensure to back up your company file first.

 

Then, you can now follow these steps on how to remove your Accountant's Copy Restriction:

  1. Go to the File menu
  2. Select Send Company File.
  3. Click the Accountant's copy, then Client Activities.
  4. Select Remove Restrictions.
  5. Click YesI want to remove the Accountant's Copy restrictions, then simply click OK.

Here's an article you can read for more details in removing your accountant's restriction: Remove the accountant's copy restriction.

 

Once done, you can now resend your accountant's copy to your accountant.

 

I'll be right here to continue helping if you need further assistance

Hawkeye-81
Level 1

Accountant's Copies

I have this issue only I am the client in this scenario. When I create a new Accountant’s copy to send, does that mean my account has to go back and make any rework all of the changes that were made? I am so embarrassed that I overlooked the email with the link to her changes and want to have an idea of what extra work I’ve now caused. 

Adrian_A
Moderator

Accountant's Copies

Hi there, Hawkeye-81.

 

If you have made any changes on the new copy to be send, yes, your accountant has to make changes on your file.

 

For more information about the process, you can check this reference: Create an Accountant's Copy of your company file in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

I'll be around if there's anything that I can help. Keep safe!

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