QuickBooks files cannot be merged if…
Brandon,MB, Canada, 6th Jul 2022, King NewsWire, A QuickBooks file merge is necessary when there are multiple QuickBooks data files that need to be consolidated into one single file, when switching to QuickBooks Online or in other scenarios.
For a comprehensive combined report, an identical Chart of Accounts would need to be created within the separate company files. To merge accounts, they must have the same name, type, and level.
Two accounts with the same name but different levels would be difficult to merge, and that includes two accounts with different spellings. Further, it is not possible to merge QuickBooks accounts having different account numbers.
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For a list of what can and cannot be merged, visit https://quickbooksrepairpro.com/Quickbooks-File-Merge-Service.aspx
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