How to Make Deposits in Quickbooks


QuickBooks is an accounting program produced by Intuit. The program allows businesses to keep accounting records in one package. One advantage to using the QuickBooks program is the ability to manage all of your banking in one location. This includes debits, deposits and end of month balancing. Making a deposit in QuickBooks is a straightforward process. You should have a basic understanding of QuickBooks before attempting to make deposits.

  • Open QuickBooks on your computer.

  • Click on the “Banking Menu” to open the banking window.

  • Select “Make Deposits” from the banking menu.

  • Click on the “Deposit To” drop-down list. Choose the appropriate bank account.

  • Type in the date you made your deposit in the “Date” text box.

  • Move your pointer over to the memo box and enter any notes you wish for this deposit.

  • Click on “Payments” in the deposit window to itemize your deposit. For instance, if you deposited cash and a customer payment at one time, you will need to separate the payments out and note the amount for each in the appropriate field. If a $100 deposit included a $75 check from a customer and $25 cash, that should be noted on your deposit.

  • Click the “Payments” again to save your entries and return to the main deposit menu.

  • Click “Print” at the top of the deposit window to print a record of your entry.

  • Click on “Save” to finish your transaction and close the window.

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