When you scan checks using Intuit Check Solution for QuickBooks, you are prompted at the end of the process whether you want to deposit the checks you just sent for processing. If you make the deposits at that point, you won't have to go through this procedure. If you make the deposits at the end of the scan checks process, you should date the deposits for the next 1 or 2 business days, because that is when the checks typically clear and are deposited to your account. Note that there may be exceptions to this when your deposit is not deposited on the next 1 or 2 business days.
When are eChecks funded?
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To do this task
Choose Banking > Make
In the Payments to Deposit window, click the View payment method type drop-down and select E-Check.
Click the Select All button to select all the E-Checks, or click transactions individually to select the ones you want to deposit from the list.
In the Make Deposits window, click the Deposit To list and choose the bank account you want to deposit into.
Enter the date and an optional memo.
(Optional) Print a record of the deposit
You can print a deposit slip, a summary of your deposit, or both.
Important: If you want to print a deposit
slip, you must use Intuit Printable Deposit Slips on a page-oriented
printer. You can order
the slips from Intuit. If you want to print only a deposit summary,
you can print it on regular printer paper on any type of printer.
Click Print at the top of the Make
In the Print Deposit window, select what
you'd like to print and click OK.
Note: If you print a deposit slip, all
deposits must have a payment method of either Cash or Check.
Choose your printing options in the Print Deposit
Slips or Print Lists window.
If you need additional assistance with these options, click Help
in the Print window.
Note: Some banks require duplicate deposit
slips. If you want to print more than one copy, enter the number of
copies you need.
Click Save & Close.
Edit or delete a deposited payment
Set a reminder to make deposits
Use the calculator to calculate amounts