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      06-09-2004, 12:44 AM
Hello everyone,
I have just started up two different businesses. I have two
quickbooks files, one for each company but I am only using one
business bank account. My question is how would I correctly balance
my account if I lets say had a $100 deduction from one company but not
the other. When it's all said and done the two companies have
different balances for the same bank account. Any help I would
greatly appreciate.
Thanks,
Brian
 
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      06-09-2004, 12:20 PM

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> Hello everyone,
> I have just started up two different businesses. I have two
> quickbooks files, one for each company but I am only using one
> business bank account. My question is how would I correctly balance
> my account if I lets say had a $100 deduction from one company but not
> the other. When it's all said and done the two companies have
> different balances for the same bank account. Any help I would
> greatly appreciate.
> Thanks,
> Brian



Either put both compaines in one QB file or get another checking account.


 
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      06-09-2004, 06:14 PM
And if they are put in the same file, add one class for each company.
This way you will be able the have statements for each businesses.

Alain Foucault, CA

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>>Hello everyone,
>>I have just started up two different businesses. I have two
>>quickbooks files, one for each company but I am only using one
>>business bank account. My question is how would I correctly balance
>>my account if I lets say had a $100 deduction from one company but not
>>the other. When it's all said and done the two companies have
>>different balances for the same bank account. Any help I would
>>greatly appreciate.
>>Thanks,
>>Brian

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>
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> Either put both compaines in one QB file or get another checking account.
>
>

 
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      06-10-2004, 02:49 PM
Thanks for the info. That's what I needed.

aaa <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:<(E-Mail Removed)>...
> And if they are put in the same file, add one class for each company.
> This way you will be able the have statements for each businesses.
>
> Alain Foucault, CA
>
> Allan Martin wrote:
> > "BA" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > news:(E-Mail Removed) om...
> >
> >>Hello everyone,
> >>I have just started up two different businesses. I have two
> >>quickbooks files, one for each company but I am only using one
> >>business bank account. My question is how would I correctly balance
> >>my account if I lets say had a $100 deduction from one company but not
> >>the other. When it's all said and done the two companies have
> >>different balances for the same bank account. Any help I would
> >>greatly appreciate.
> >>Thanks,
> >>Brian

> >
> >
> >
> > Either put both compaines in one QB file or get another checking account.
> >
> >

 
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