Use the Online Banking Center to:
View the most recent online balances for your banking accounts and compare them to your QuickBooks balances
Download transactions that have cleared your financial institution
Create transactions to send to your financial institution (if you have DirectConnect)
Start the matching process to add downloaded transactions to QuickBooks
Open the Online Banking Center
Financial institutions: Select a financial institution where you have set up online banking to view
The latest downloaded balances of all accounts there
The date you last downloaded transactions
The checkbox next to the account name controls which account's transactions get downloaded when you click the Send/Receive Transactions button.
Items to Send list: Shows the instructions and messages waiting to be sent to your financial institution, such as:
Online vendor payments
Online transfers of funds
All items with a number in the No. to send column are sent when you click the Send/Receive Transactions button.
Before they are sent, you can edit and delete items.
Items Received list: Shows the items received from your financial institution, such as
Payments due on your credit card
Replies to your messages
You can view downloaded transactions and match them to the ones in QuickBooks.
You can view and delete the messages and other items. (Some cannot be deleted until you have done the requested action.)
Tool links: Provides access to information and settings:
Contact information for the selected financial institution.
View the Online Banking Center tutorial.
Manage renaming rules.
See how to contact your financial institution by clicking the Contact Info link.
Download transactions and account balances.
View transactions after they are downloaded and match them to the ones in QuickBooks.
Download credit card charges.
If you have a direct connection to your financial institution, you can send instructions to it, such as messages, online vendor payments, payment inquiries, and online transfers of funds. You can also review payments due on your credit card and read replies to your messages.
Common questions about online banking
Set up online banking
Troubleshoot online banking problems