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Dkdkwe
Level 1

Cash Flow Reporting Innacurate

Hey y’all,

 

new QuickBooks user here and I’m a bit lost. I had an invoice created in Early February. A partial payment was made on the invoice and i recorded this. I also did a bank deposit transaction to record the deposit. The issue is that this all happened in February and it’s not showing up on my cash flow statement. The invoice was due at the end of March. The amount paid was reduced from the money coming in in March but is not showing up as money in in the February section. 

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AlcaeusF
Moderator

Cash Flow Reporting Innacurate

Hi there, @Dkdkwe.

 

Welcome aboard to the Community. I can help you figure out why it's not showing on your Statement of Cash Flows in QuickBooks.

 

When you run the report. it should show both the invoice and payment under the Accounts Receivable account. Since it's not showing as money in, I recommend reviewing the dates of your transactions.

 

Please make sure the payment date is set in February. To isolate the issue, I recommend you start by finding the invoice.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. On the left navigation bar, click Sales.
  2. Go to the All Sales tab.
  3. Open the invoice.
  4. Click the payment made option in the upper-right corner. 
  5. Click the date to open the payment.
  6. Review the payment date. 
  7. Hit Save and close.

 

Please note that this type of report is set to run on an accrual basis only.

 

Also, can you provide additional details of the invoice, payment, and deposit? Any further information will help us determine the cause of the problem.

If you can include a screenshot of the report, it would help us review why these transactions don't show in the statement.

 

For additional reference, I've attached a link you can use about the Statement of Cash Flows report in QuickBooks: How to run a Statement of Cash Flows.

 

Drop me a comment below if you have any other questions regarding the report. I'll be happy to help you some more.