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  • Writer's pictureAhuva Gruen

QuickBooks Tip

One of my clients had a few employees who used her QuickBooks.

“Too many cooks spoil the broth,” and soon many customer accounts were a mess. Imagine the same customer having three accounts, “Robust Cosmetics,” “Roberta Fink,” and “Robust makeup.”

Not fun to figure out where the numbers are going.

The easy solution? Merge all three accounts.

Choose one account (“Robust Cosmetics”) and then go to another account for merging. Right-click and then paste the name of the account you want to merge it with. When you click Save, QuickBooks will want to know if you’re sure you want to merge accounts.

Click Yes and you’re all set!

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