If you have two or more separate companies, and you are tracking them in separate QuickBooks company data file, you have some options for producing reports that combine data from all of your companies.
QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions (QBES) has a built in feature to combine:
If you need any other combinations, use Solutions 1 or Solution 2 below.
Pro and Premier do not have the function to combine reports. You must use either Solution 1 or Solution 2 below.
QuickBooks for Mac does not have the feature to combine reports, nor does it work with the Marketplace programs. You must use Solution 2 below.
The Intuit web site Intuit Marketplace lists many programs that work with QuickBooks. Some of these programs produce combined reports from multiple company data files.
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1. To make combined reports easier to read, make your chart of accounts in the several company files as nearly identical as you can.
2. Accounts will be combined if they have the same name, same type, and are at the same hierarchical level in each report. (Account names are not case sensitive.
3. Accounts that will not be combined:
4. Accounts are listed by type. Within each type, accounts are listed in the order of what has been done in the first selected company file. Subsequent accounts from the other company files are appended in the order they are encountered.
5. You may be asked to log in to your files and switch them to multi-user mode to accommodate the combination routine.