Dating journal entry quickbooks
The total amount for the debits must equal the total number of credits or the journal is unbalanced. You really don't need to know double entry accounting to use Quick Books because Quick Books takes care of it for you.
For the day-to-day transaction entry, Quick Books uses familiar forms (invoices, bills, checks, etc.) and the back-end journal entries are created automatically.
When a transaction is entered directly into a non-bank balance sheet account register, Quick Books automatically labels the transaction GENJRNL in the register and General Journal on reports that list transactions.
In traditional accounting systems, various closing procedures must be performed.
Please make sure that the full name of the Account you are importing exists in Quick Books Online, also please do not include the Account Numbers) Error: Posting Type null is required and valid values are Credit or Debit - This error indicates that on the same row you may have a value for Debit and a value for Credit.
Please only have a value for either Debit or Credit on one row not both. Error: Please balance your debits and credits - Please make sure that all the lines on the same journal (ie same Doc Number) that the sum of the Debits equals the sum of the Credits.