How Do I Handle Payments And Bank Reconciliations In QuickBooks?
Handling payments and bank reconciliations
QuickBooks is a useful tool for managing payments and reconciling your bank accounts in your business. Here are some steps you can follow to handle payments and reconcile your bank accounts in QuickBooks:
Record payments: To record a payment in QuickBooks, go to the "Customers" module and select "Receive Payments." Select the customer who made the payment, enter the payment amount and method, and select the invoices or estimates that the payment is for. QuickBooks will update your customer's account balance and mark the invoices or estimates as paid.
Reconcile your bank accounts: Reconciling your bank accounts in QuickBooks involves comparing the transactions recorded in QuickBooks with your bank statement to ensure that they match. To reconcile a bank account in QuickBooks, go to the "Accounting" module and select "Reconcile." Select the bank account you want to reconcile and enter the ending balance and statement date from your bank statement. QuickBooks will show you any discrepancies between the transactions recorded in QuickBooks and your bank statement.
Resolve discrepancies: If there are discrepancies between the transactions recorded in QuickBooks and your bank statement, you will need to resolve them before you can complete the reconciliation. This may involve making adjustments to the transactions in QuickBooks.
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