Thanks for letting us know your concern, chris.delaune.
I can help you update the FICA rate to correct the employee withholdings.
Since there were no changes for the FICA rate, I suggest updating QuickBooks Desktop to the latest release to ensure it has the correct compliance information. After which, download a payroll tax table update.
Go to the Employees menu.
Select Get Payroll Updates.
In the Get Payroll Updates window, click the Download entire payroll update button.
Click the Update button.
Click OK when prompt that a new tax table has been installed on your computer.
Once done, please check if there are changes on the FICA rate. For the detailed steps, you may visit the following link about QuickBooks latest payroll tax table: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763158.
If the above steps don't work, please check for paychecks that run an incorrect amount for FICA. QuickBooks automatically corrects the next payroll if there are incorrect taxes withheld on the previous payroll. To check taxes being withheld, you may pull up the payroll summary report. Otherwise, you can manually update the FICA rate in the Payroll Item List.
Go to the Lists menu.
Select Payroll Item List.
Locate the Social Security and Medicare item.
Verify if the tax rates are correct.
If you need to manually update your state tax rate, just double-click the payroll item.
Click Next until you reach the Company tax rates for 2018 window.
Enter the correct tax rate and click Next.
Then, click Finish.
Check out this article for more in-depth information: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763372.
For additional references, look into the following articles below:
If you need to correct payroll affected by the incorrect FICA rate, you can create a payroll liability adjustment.
Go to Employees menu.
Select Payroll Taxes and Liabilities.
Click Adjust Payroll Liabilities.
Supply Date and Effective Date.
Choose between Company and Employee adjustment.
In the Taxes and Liabilities table, enter all necessary information.
Then, click the Accounts Affected button to select where this adjustment will affect.
in the adjustment window, click OK to save adjustment.
For more information and reminders in creating a payroll liability adjustment, just refer to this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1437271.
This information should correct your taxes in QuickBooks. Keep me posted on this by leaving a comment below. I'll be around if you have other questions about QuickBooks. Have a nice day!
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Welcome to the Community, docleewellness. Currently, the feature to change an employee into a vendor isn't available in QuickBooks Online. What you can do is to make the employee inactive and create a new vendor. Here's how to inactive an employee:
In the navigation bar, click Workers.
Click the employee name.
Go to the Employee details tab.
Click the pencil icon next to Employment.
Click the Status drop-down and select the applicable status.
If required, fill in the Reason for status change, Hire date and Termination date fields.
Here's how to create a new vendor:
In the navigation bar, click Expenses.
Go to the Vendors tab.
Click the New vendor tab.
Enter necessary fields.
That should get you back to business. On the other hand, there are no repercussions when you change an employee to a vendor since you'll be filing an individual form for each of them.
Don’t hesitate to comment if you still have questions. Thank you for dropping by the Community!
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Hi there, jammie.hickerson. I'd like to begin by thanking you for letting me know the steps you've tried to resolve this issue. I can help connect your workstation to the server. The issue your encountering may be one of the error you'd possibly get when you're in a multi-user environment. Below are the possible reasons why these issues happen:
The server is not in multi-user mode.
Firewall and/or third-party application is blocking the connection between the server and workstation.
Network connection issues.
The IP address used is a dynamic IP.
Network sharing and folder permissions are not configured properly.
There are a few fixes you can follow to resolve your concern. The first step is to go to the File menu and click Switch Company File to Multi-User Mode. However, if you're already in a multi-user mode, just proceed in configuring the windows firewall. Here's how:
On your keyboard, press Windows+R to open the run command.
Type in control, then click OK to open the Control Panel.
Set the "view by" to Small Icons, then select Windows Firewall.
Select Advanced Settings, then choose Inbound.
Click New Rule.
Select Port, then click Next.
Enter the port numbers, then click Next (See Point of Sale Firewall Ports section).
Select Allow Connection, then choose Next.
Name your firewall rule (e.g. POS), then click Finish
Follow steps 5-9 to create a new Outbound Rule.
If the issue persists, I recommend following solution 3-5 in this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1774551. This information should help you access the server from your workstation. I'll be on the lookout for your reply and to further assisting you if you have other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, NewtoQBO. No worries, you can still download those bank transactions in QuickBooks using our WebConnect file. Please click on the article for the steps: Upload more than 90 days of bank transactions. If you need assistance with the process, you can contact our QuickBooks Online Care Team to guide you with the steps. Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm just a post away!
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Thanks for posting, @sharon8. I'm here to give you the best possible support for integrating app with QuickBooks Online. I may not able to recommend a specific app, but I can help you run a search. Here's how: Log in to your QBO account. Go to Apps.intuit.com or click Apps from the left panel. Enter Expensify or Certiy apps in the Search for an app box or use the Browse Category for more filters. Then, you'll be able to see more information about this app on their page. You may also contact their support to know more about the products. That should help you look for a third-party apps that will best integrate with QuickBooks. If you should need anything, I'm just a reply away. Have a most lovely holiday.
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Hello there, @lindab2810. Thanks for posting this concern in the Community space. I can provide information about rounding up FIT deductions in QBO payroll. You may override the payroll amount for the FIT deduction manually on the Run Payroll page. Please see attached screenshots below. This information should help you with rounding up FIT deduction. Let me know how things go once you've tried the steps. Feel free to comment below if you have other questions about QuickBooks. I'll be happy to answer.
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Hello there, @jsanterre50. Thank you for the very detailed information you've provided to elaborate your concern. I have some information to share about QuickBooks Payments. QuickBooks Online automatically records deposits and fees for your QuickBooks Payments transactions. Make sure your QuickBooks Payments account is configured to match and record automatically. You may check if the appropriate accounts are selected. Here's how: Go to the Gear icon. Under Your Company, select Account and Settings. Choose the Payments tab. In the Chart of Accounts section, select the your accounts and save. Make sure the deposit account selected is the same account received payments get deposited to. It should also be the same account where fees are deducted from in real life. Since you're using the Downloaded Transactions feature to connect to your bank, batches will automatically be matched. This is because your payments will automatically go into the Undeposited Funds account in QuickBooks Online as soon as you process them. Once they settle and are deposited into your checking account in real life, the Batch Deposit will automatically be recorded and a separate fee withdrawal will be automatically recorded in Fees withdrawal account. The following article contains an in-depth insights about this matter: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Payments/Deposits-FAQ/m-p/185764https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Payments/Deposits-FAQ/m-p/185764. On the other hand, once you've processed and posted a customer payment to your Merchant Services account, it should automatically flow to the assigned account in QuickBooks Desktop. You'll then be able to see this transaction in both program. To double-check and review the payments posted in your account, I recommend contacting our QuickBooks Payments Team to further verify your payment set up and workflow from Merchant Service to QuickBooks. They also have a secure environment to pull up your account. Please visit this link to reach out support: Which Payments product do you need help with? With this information, you should be able to work with you QuickBooks Payments. Let me know how this goes and don't hesitate to leave a comment below if you have other questions. I'd be glad to answer. Have a great rest of your day!
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Hello there, @Daren. Thanks for posting this concern in the Community space. I can help you settle the overpayment and apply it to the next invoice. You'll just need to delete the duplicate invoice and it will result to an outstanding credit balance amounting to $1000. Here's how: Go to the Customers menu. Open the invoice. Right-click on the invoice page and select Delete Invoice. Click OK when prompt to confirm. Then, link the available credit to the $4000 November invoice through the Receive Payments window. Here's how: In the Customer Payment window, select the customer from Received From. Enter the $1000 amount on the Payment Amount. Check the invoice with an open of $4000. Click Save and Close. Once done, apply the remaining $3000 deposit to the open invoice. That's it! You should be able to apply the overpayment and deposit to your open invoice. Let me know how things go and if you have other question by leaving a reply below. I'm always here to help. Have a lovely day!
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Hello there, @inishowen. Thanks for trusting us in answering your concern. I can help you link the Vendor Credit and Credit Card Credit made in QuickBooks to record your vendor refund. You'll need to create a dummy Bill and Make Payment to link these two transactions. Here's how: Go to the Plus icon. Under Vendors, select Bill. Enter a zero amount of bill. Click Save. Open the saved Bill. Click the Make payment button. You'll now be able to link the Credit Card Credit and Vendor Credit. Then, click Save and close. Please see my screenshots to visualize the steps. You should be able to link the two transactions from your vendor. Let me know how things go once you've tried the steps. If there's anything else you need from me, feel free to comment below. I'm always here to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of your day!
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Hello there, @islandviking63. Thanks for adding your concern on this thread. I can help you perform some basic troubleshooting steps for QuickBooks Desktop for Mac. If you have a company file of any size, QuickBooks for Mac is handling a lot of data. If you don’t see the data you expect or in the way you expect it, it can be a scary thing. But with a little troubleshooting, you can soon be back to the way things were. Check your version of QuickBooks for Mac and your Mac’s operating system. in case you upgraded your Mac OS, you should do the same with QuickBooks. If updating QuickBooks doesn’t fix the wonky behavior, it means version compatibility isn’t the issue. Try opening one of the sample company files that QuickBooks installed. Repeat the activities that have been causing trouble in your company file. If you still see the problem in the sample company file, try checking your disk permissions. Open Disk Utility. Select Applications. Choose Utilities. Click Disk Utility. Select your Mac’s hard drive and click the Repair Disk Permissions button. For more information, please refer to the following article: https://qblittlesquare.com/. Please know that we value your patience while dealing with this concern. Let me know how things once you've tried the steps. I'll be on the lookout for your reply and to further assisting you if you have other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, @Ruthy Vos. Thanks for reaching out to us. I'm here to provide some information about how Vendor Credit shows on the P&L report. The amount for the Vendor Credit would likely to add on your COGS balance if it isn't applied as payment to a Bill. This means, you still have an outstanding credit that you can apply to a future Bill. Please see attached screenshots below for your references. This should provide you information about Vendor credit posting on P&L report. Let me know how things go and if there's anything else you need from me. I'm always here to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of your day!
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Hi there, @stltom. Thanks for posting your concern. I can provide information about turning on Audit Trail report in QuickBokks Desktop. Prior to QuickBooks 2006, users could turn off the audit log, however, since this time it has become an automatic feature that cannot be disabled in either the Online or Desktop versions. Therefore, you shouldn't be getting the message to turn the feature on. Have you tried pulling the same report on a different company file? If not, try running the same report on a different company file or dummy company file to isolate the problem. That way, you'll find out if this can be a QuickBooks unexpected behavior, a damaged company file, application configuration issue, or system related issue. In case the report opens on a different company file, you maybe experiencing data damage on your company file. To fix it, run the Verify and Rebuild Data utility. Before proceeding, make sure all QuickBooks installations, including the Database Server Manager on the host or server, are up to date. To update QuickBooks, check out Update QuickBooks Desktop to the latest release. Also, for updating QuickBooks Database Server Manager, see Install, Update, and Set up the QuickBooks Database Server Manager. Once done, follow below steps to Verify and Rebuild data: Make sure to close all the existing windows in QuickBooks. Go to the File menu. Select Utilities. Click the Verify Data first. If QuickBooks detects no problems with your data, there's no further action needed. However, in case QuickBooks gets a specific error message, search for it in the QuickBooks Desktop support site for the troubleshooting steps. If QuickBooks received a data damage in the file message, proceed to Rebuild Data option. For more detailed steps, just look into this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1436389. That should help you disable the pop-up message. Let me know how things go once you've tried the steps. If you need anything else, feel free to leave a reply below. I'm always here to help. Have a great rest of your day!
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Hello there, @Joanne76. Thank you for providing a very detailed information to clarify your concern. I'm here to share some information on how to stop finance charges to customers and tracking history per customer. At this time, you can individually mark customers' transactions which should not be applied with finance charges in the Assess Finance Charges section. Also, the Collection History button is the only way to track finance charge history of each customer. While the feature you need isn't available in QuickBooks Desktop, I encourage you to send feedback straight to our Product Developer Team to notify them of your suggested feature and I will do the same. It's one way we do to track QuickBooks usage and to let us see where our software is effective and what Intuit services help you manage your business most effectively. Here's how: Go to the Help tab. Choose Send Feedback Online. Select Product Suggestion. Enter your request/product suggestion. Click Send Feedback tab. We truly appreciate feedback and suggestions and would love to incorporate them in the future updates. For future reference, here's an article you may check out: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Income-and-expenses/Assess-finance-charges/td-p/202647. This information should get you on the right track with regards to disabling finance charges for customers. If you need anything else, please let me know by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to help. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, @jhansen1. Thanks for adding on this thread. I have some information that should help you set up the the WA Paid leave for your employees. Since you have tried to manually enter the percentage to each employees tax setup and updating QuickBooks to the latest release version, but to no avail. I recommend contacting our QuickBooks Desktop Care Team for assistance with getting along this issue. Here's how to contact support: Go to: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact. If asked, choose your QuickBooks Product. Select your QuickBooks version. On the Contact Us page, click a topic. Click on the Get Phone Number button to see the support number. They have additional tools, such as screen sharing to walk you through the process. Please know that we value your patience while dealing with this concern. Let me know how things go after speaking with our phone support. I'll be on the lookout for your reply and to further assisting you if you have other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, @Sternlc. Thanks for adding your concern on this thread. I can provide information about downloading transaction into QuickBooks Desktop. There are no a reported issue with regards to Web Connect file, however, I have some troubleshooting steps to add that should work for you. You may download directly from the banks website, outside of QuickBooks: Visit your bank's website outside of QuickBooks. Download and Save the .QBO file to your Desktop. In QuickBooks: Go to File menu. Select Utilities. Choose Import. Click Webconnect files. Browse to the file location, choose the file and select Open. Follow the import wizard to complete the import. You can also duplicate the issue in a new test file: From the QuickBooks File menu, select New Company. Choose Express Start. On the newly created test company, add your bank account to the Chart of Accounts. Set up the account for Bank Feeds. Download or import the .qbo file. If the import is successful in a new test file, the issue lies in the original data file. Otherwise, the issue is with the .QBO file formatting provided by your bank. To fix it, check out solution 2 detailed in this article and 3-4 for more troubleshooting steps: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Banking-and-bank-feeds/Troubleshoot-Bank-Feeds-Web-Connect-import-issues-and-errors/m-p/185848. This information should help you with your concern. Let me know how things go once you've tried the steps. If you have other questions about QuickBooks, leave a reply below. I'll be happy to answer. Have a lovely day!
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Thanks for the prompt reply, @Cedarrun. I appreciate you getting in touch again even though I forgot to include this earlier on my post. However, I have some information that should help you record a reimbursement for the employee you overwithheld taxes. Yes, in case the employee demands an immediate refund, you may release a manual check as reimbursement. Make sure to use a payroll expense account since this is an expense made to your employee. On the other hand, QuickBooks Desktop automatically enters the adjustments for these items, but does not correct the net amounts to match the original paycheck. To give your employee a reimbursement, on the employee's next paycheck, create a payroll item for tax adjustment to either collect or refund the money to the employee. To add payroll Item: Go to Lists at the top menu bar. Select Payroll Item List. Click the drop-down arrow for Payroll Item. Select New. Choose Custom Setup, and click Next. Select Wage, and click Next. Select the wage type, and click Next. Name the payroll item as Reimbursement, and click Next. Select the tracking account. Then, click Finish. Then, you can add the new payroll item to the employee's setup so it'll automatically show when creating a paycheck. Here's how: Go to Employees at the top menu bar. Select Employee Center. Double-click on the employee's name. Click the Payroll Info tab. Under the Earnings box, add the payroll item Reimbursement. Then, click OK. You can check out this article for more information: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1436887. Additionally, you must fix reporting forms if you already filed them with your state agency and update the records. To do that, you may resubmit a corrected form, or consult your state agency if the taxes has been paid. This information should provide you information to reimburse overwithheld taxes for your employee. Let me know if you're able to do so and if you have other questions, just leave a reply below. I'm always here to answer. Thanks for dropping by the Community.
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Hello there, @Cedarrun. Thanks for posting your concern in the Community space. I can help you correct the error you aren't catching with the MI-Obligation Assessment Tax withholding. You'll need to make a payroll adjustment to record and correct your previous tax withholding. This way, you'll also be able to file correct filing forms. First, run the Payroll Summary report to get the amount on the payroll item that needs adjustment. Here's how: Go to Reports menu. Select Employees and Payroll. Click Payroll Summary. Set the date range. Click Refresh. After which, create the liability adjustment: Go to Employees menu. Select Payroll Taxes and Liabilities. Click Adjust Payroll Liabilities. Supply Date and Effective Date. Choose between Company and Employee adjustment. In the Taxes and Liabilities table, enter all necessary information. Then, click the Accounts Affected button to select where this adjustment will affect. Click OK. In the adjustment window, click OK to save adjustment. For more information and reminders in creating a payroll liability adjustment, just refer to this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1437271. That should let you adjust your MI Obligation Assessment tax. Let me know how things go once you've tried the steps. I'll be around if you need help. Have a nice day!
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Thanks for the reply, @nyquistr. I have information to add on how to verify the transaction is recorded. Now all your bad debts are associated with the Bad Debt account. You can use reports and the Account filter to see the transactions associated with that account. Or you can go to your Chart of Accounts and open the register for the Bad Debt account to see transactions associated with that account. On the other hand, the Bad Debt account should be on the P&L report but this doesn't show on the Balance Sheet since it's an expense account. Please check if you have use the Bad Debt account on the Discount Account field and make sure to set the correct date range when pulling the report. That should do it! Keep me posted on this, and I'll be right here if you need anything else. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, @rhfullerton1. Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention. I'm here to provide information about your invoices disappearing in QBO. I've checked our system to see if we have any reports on other customer's experiencing the same thing and there was no current feedback. With you encountering this behavior, I suggest performing some basic troubleshooting steps. There's a possibility that this can be one of QuickBooks unexpected behavior. To isolate this concern, you may use a private browser to disable browsing history and the web cache. This allows a person to browse the Web without storing local data that could be retrieved at a later date. If it works fine, please clear your regular browser's cache and cookies or use a different browser. This will delete files that are affecting the browsing performance. Before doing so, you need to save necessary information such as login IDs’ and passwords. Please know that we value your patience while dealing with this concern. Let me know how things go after following the above steps. I'll be on the lookout for your reply and to further assisting you if you have other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hi there, @jam11. Thanks for reaching out to us for your concern. I can help check why your getting an update notices when opening QuickBooks. QuickBooks should be automatically downloading the update when it is released since you configure the program to this feature. Now, you have one option to check why you're still prompt to update. This can be a one time messages and may be disabled through Preferences. Here's how: Go to the Edit tab. Select Preferences. In the General tab, click My Preferences. See if the Bring back all one time messages feature is enabled. If so, you may unchecked the box and see if you'll still encounter the same thing. This information should help you disabled the update reminder. Let me know how things go after following the steps above. If you have other questions aside from this, just leave a reply below. I'd be glad to answer.
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Hello there, @nyquistr. Thanks for trusting your concern with us. I can help outline the steps for writing off bad debt. There are times when an invoice becomes non-collectible and you need to write it off and declare it as bad debt so you can clear the invoice out of your accounts receivable and reduce your net profit by its amount. When you’re ready, you can write off the debt in QuickBooks so you don’t keep seeing that open invoice or statement. First, create an account for Bad Debt in Chart of Accounts and be sure to select Expense as the account type. Then, follow the detailed steps below in writing off bad debt for an invoice: Go to the Customers tab. Select Receive payments. Select the name of the customer who hasn’t paid you. Leave the amount field at 0.00. If you like, enter a memo at the bottom of the window that you’re writing off a bad debt. The memo appears in the customer’s register and prints on statements. Click the Payment column for the invoice that hasn’t been paid. Click the Discount Info button. In the window that drops down, enter the amount of the bad debt in the Discount field and the name of your bad debt expense account in the Discount Account field. Click OK to record the bad debt. That's it! This information should help you write off the bad debt. Let me know how things go and if you have other question by leaving a reply on this thread. I'll be happy to answer. Have a great rest of your day!
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Hello there, @Fullcircleacctg3922. Thanks for sharing this concern in the Community space. I can provide information about sending a Sales Receipt using two different web URL. At this time, this feature isn't available in QuickBooks Online. However, we work continuously to improve our software and provide you with the best possible product, services, and experiences. With that being said, there's one way we do to track QuickBooks usage, through the Feedback feature. This let us see where our software is effective and what Intuit services help you manage your business most effectively. If you opt to share more of your thoughts about this, feel free to let our engineers know about it. Here's how: Go to the Gear icon. Choose Feedback. Enter your request/product suggestion, then click Next. Select Feedback as the Category. Click Send message. To reinforce your request, I'll also be sending a product suggestion about your concern.You can track feature requests through the QuickBooks Online Feature Requests website. This information should get you in the right direction. If you have other questions aside from this, feel free to post your comment below. I'm always here to help. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hi there, @AP TimH. Thanks for posting your concern here in the Community space. I can help check why your bill unmarked as paid and even show in the Unpaid Bills Detail report. The PAID stamp will not appear on the bill if the payment was not recorded through Pay Bills. Paying bills is part of your usual A/P workflow in QuickBooks Desktop. In case you haven't perform it, follow the detailed steps below: Go to the Vendors menu. Select Pay Bills. Choose the bills you want to pay from the table. Select the payment date and method. Click Pay Selected Bills. When Payment Summary window appears, click Done. For more information, please refer to the following article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Income-and-expenses/Pay-bills-in-QuickBooks-Desktop/m-p/201378. On the other hand, you may run and customize a QuickReport to check the payment transaction and link it with the open bill. It's possible that the payment was not properly link when recording it to pay the bill. Here's how: Go to the Lists menu. Select Chart of Accounts. Click the drop-down for Reports, and choose QuickReport: Account name. Set the date range. Click the Customize Report button. Under Filters, search Transaction Type, and you can select Payment only. Search and filter Account. To open any of the transactions listed, double-click the transaction entry in the report. Additionally, you can go to the Vendor Center and open the vendor payment. Then, press Ctrl + H on your keyboard to show the transactions linked to the payment. That's it! This should help you link the bill to the vendor payment so it won't show on the Unpaid Bills Detail report. If there's anything else you need, drop a reply below. I'll be happy to answer. Have a great weekend!
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Hello there, @hraissi. Welcome to the Community family. I can help you check why the Average Cost of your items are not calculating correctly. Your Average Cost of the items is affected by the cost of goods in the inventory and the total number of items available for sale. The cost of each item in an inventory is calculated on the basis of the average cost of all similar goods in the inventory. To drill down the cause of your weighted cost miscalculation, your best course of action is to run the Inventory Valuation Summary report. This will provide the quantity and average cost for each item to support the balance on the financial statements once an adjustments have been made. Here's how: Go to Reports at the top menu bar. Hover your mouse to Inventory. Select Inventory Valuation Summary. Set the dates to all. Double click the item in question to show Inventory Valuation Detail report. It will populates how QuickBooks derived the item's average cost. The average cost column is based on the purchases, sales and adjustments made to an item. If the detail does not match the financial statements, the reason is usually the result of one of the following: A transaction was coded directly to the inventory balance on the general ledger, rather than following proper procedures through the enter bills, write checks, create cash sales receipt, create invoice, or inventory valuation process. An inventory item that still has a value but has been marked as inactive. Typically, discrepancies are the result of a journal entry, or a purchase on a bill or check coded to inventory on the Expense tab, rather than through purchasing an item on the Items tab. Thus, creating a negative inventory You can use an inventory adjustment to increase or decrease the quantity on hand for a tracked inventory item, or revalue the item. I recommend you consult with your accountant or bookkeeper before making any inventory adjustments. The following article contains more insights in understanding COGS tracking: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Inventory-and-projects/Understand-Inventory-Assets-and-COGS-tracking/m-p/203394. This should provide information about your inventory concern. Let me know how things go after following the above steps.. I'll be on the lookout for your reply and to further assisting you if you have other questions. Wishing you and your business continued success.
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Hello there, @autoacc. Thanks for adding your concern on this thread. I can help you link the Deposit to the Bill Credit. Here are some screenshots that will walk you through the detailed steps. Let's start with th transactions needed to successfully link the Deposit to the Bill Credit. Sample Check. Record a Deposit of the vendor check. Record a Bill Credit for the amount of the Vendor Check. Link the Deposit to the Bill Credit. This information should help you link the Deposit to the Bill Credit. Keep me posted on this, and I'll be right here if you need anything else. Have a great rest of your day!
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