Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/29/2019 -- Before merging customer records in QuickBooks, one must carefully plan and identify the records that need to be merged. Job records must be merged before they can be consolidated.
It is important to remember that when a single individual or company has more than one role in QuickBooks they must be separated. Because functions cannot be undone after records are merged, a backup must be made.
"Because Intuit lacks critical QuickBooks features like the ability to merge ledger transactions, accounts, customers, or vendors from multiple files into a single data file, small business are tasked with manually merging each transaction which could result in irreversible bookkeeping errors," QuickBooks Repair Pro's John Rocha said.
Furthermore, Rocha said that when combining company files, company data file comes with an account with brand 'Accounts Receivable' of type AccountsReceivable, the next company cannot have a merchant account name with the brand 'Accounts Receivable' of another type. It is also important to remember that payroll transactions can't be merged. QuickBooks Repair Pro is a leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion service provider in the United States.
QuickBooks Repair Pro's solution is a file merge service that amalgamates data from two company files into a single company file for small businesses and accounting professionals. The data is then audited to ensure complete accuracy.
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