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How do I take get the money to come out of the undeposited funds

Im trying to close out the year and it keeps saying i have money in the undepostited funds

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Which accounting package are you using? The Avanquest Computer Utilities doesn't have an accounting section to my knowledge. If you have Quickbooks, go to Banking (in the Menu Bar) and select Make Deposits. There will be a button to see the funds in the Undeposited list. Check each one and select the account into which the deposits are going. Then click Deposit (or whatever the button is for your version). Then Save, if needed.

I've used Quickbooks 2009-2012. There have been slight differences between the versions.

I hope this helps. Please give more information so that I can double-check the titles/buttons for your accounting software.

Cindy Wells
(My family business is set up so that I usually enter sales and another person enters the deposits on another day.)

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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