QuickBooks is a top-notch software used by small and medium-sized businesses to carry out their varied accounting tasks. By streamlining accounting, this software makes business more efficient.
A feature that is highly appreciated by QuickBooks users is the one that allows you to merge QuickBooks files. A QB user can combine financial reports from different company files.
There are different ways available to use QuickBooks merge company files feature. If as a QB user, you want to combine financial reports, you can use any of these three methods – through QB itself, through a third-party application, or through Microsoft Excel.
Before you go ahead with the merge QuickBooks files procedure for combining reports, take into consideration the following points. If you want that your combined reports are easily readable, you should make as nearly identical as you can the chart of accounts in the different QuickBooks company files. Also, consider that if in case the accounts have the same name and type, and if they are, in each report, at the same hierarchical level, then they will be combined. Names of the accounts are case insensitive.
Take into your consideration that accounts that will not be combined if in case accounts are not at the same level, if there are differences in spellings, account numbers are different, and if one has an account number and one is lacking it.
Also, you have to note that accounts are listed by type, and within each type, you will find that accounts are listed in the order according to the first selected QB company file. You will find that other company files’ subsequent accounts are appended in a particular order. This particular order is the order in which these accounts are encountered.
Keep in your mind, that you may be prompted to login into your files, and then, switch the files to multi-user mode. This may be required from you to accommodate the combination routine.
Different options available to merge financial reports from different company files are as follows:
QB Desktop Enterprise provides a built-in feature for merging files. This feature enables you to combine reports very easily from many QB company files. Following reports can be combined with this feature – balance sheet standard, statement of cash flows, balance sheet summary, profit and loss by class, trial balance, and profit and loss standard.
Follow merge QuickBooks files procedure to combine reports in QuickBooks Enterprise-
If in case, you require other report combinations, or if in case, you are using Pro or Premier version of QuickBooks, you can make use of the two options given below. Take into your consideration that if in case you are using the Mac Desktop version of QB, you have to use the second of the two options given below.
Numerous utilities are available from the Intuit Market place that is compatible with QuickBooks Desktop and increase its functionality. Look for that third-party software that can create combined reports easily from many QB company data files. Note that these Intuit Marketplace programs are not compatible with the Mac Desktop version of QB. So, if you are using Mac version, go to the next option if you want to merge QuickBooks files.
In this option, you have to first manually export reports from each of the files. After this, you have to combine these reports by using Excel software. For this option, you have to follow the following merge QuickBooks files procedure –
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