Once you are ready to convert from QuickBooks desktop to QuickBooks Online (QBO) you will want to make sure you follow the best practices. Discover what you should do prior to converting the file and what data is not converted to QBO. We will discuss what to do if the desktop file is messy or not suitable for conversion. Learn about the reports and data to verify after the conversion to verify the information was converted properly. Also, understand details about how to re-uploaded or ‘do-over’ the conversion when needed. Plus, we’ll discuss tricky situations and common problems.
Understand the steps to take prior to converting a file from QuickBooks desktop to QuickBooks Online.
Identify data that is not suitable to convert.
Use reports to confirm the data was converted.
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