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If you have your sales tax preferences ( list menu > preferences > sales tax) set to cash basis, then you need to make sure the credit memo is applied to the invoice To apply any unapplied credits
To make a credit in QuickBooks for the new owners invoices you need to use a credit memo (customer menu > credit credit memo). (Not a journal entry) You should mark each line on the credit memo
Your country might have different rules. If you are outside the USA, I don't have an answer for you. I googled "private limited company" and it seems to resemble a the USA entity type of "LLC- limited
I need more information to: "I have researched and found out that the number changed after the Closing of 2015's accounts." What transaction changed? What was the debit and credit of the original
Hi FA, You need to check to see if your opening balance on your bank reconciliation matches your closing balance on the last bank rec report. If not, something has been altered and you should research