You may need How to Delete Bank Account from Quickbooks Online Desktop for a variety of reasons. These are some examples:
Incorrect checks were included in the deposit.
A second deposit is made.
I accidentally added a deposit to the wrong customer.
To delete a deposit in QuickBooks Desktop, perform the following steps:
Check the check register box.
Locate the deposit.
Delete or cancel the deposit.
- Go to the Check Register menu.
On the QuickBooks Desktop homepage, go to Check Register under the Banking menu. You can alternatively go to the top of the screen and select Banking, then Use Register from the drop-down menu:
- Locate the deposit you want to delete and delete it.
Next, using the Select Account drop-down option, select the bank account where the errant deposit was made:
Select the deposit you want to delete in the check register. Many deposits come from the undeposited funds account, as shown in the screenshot below. As checks are received and processed against Sales Receipts or Invoices, they are deposited into the undeposited funds account. When checks from the undeposited money account are deposited at the bank, they are combined into a single deposit transaction. All checks included in that deposit should reappear in the undeposited funds account if you delete that deposit:
- Delete or refund the deposit
The deposit screen will appear once you pick the deposit to erase, as seen below:
On the deposit screen, you will note that there is no delete button. To delete your deposit, go to the top of the screen and select Edit, then Delete Deposit:
While it is possible to erase the deposit, it is also possible to void it. When you erase a deposit from QuickBooks, it's gone forever. When you void a deposit, the sum is reduced to zero, but the transaction remains in QuickBooks.
To void a deposit, go to the Edit menu and select the Void Deposit option:
Click Save & Close, and then confirm the change by clicking Yes if QuickBooks prompts you.
The checks from the deleted deposit are returned to the undeposited funds account, which may be viewed in the Banking menu under Record Deposits:
You can now edit, delete, or combine the customer checks into a new deposit once they've been returned to the undeposited monies screen.