QuickBooks accounting solution helps businesses manage their payroll, inventory, and sales efficiently and also offer a range of various important tools for small & mid-size businesses to help manage their financial records.
Once you have set up your company it is very important to build strong a relationship with clients and make sure all works are completed on time. Among accounting tasks, sending an invoice can be quite easy. However, a single mistake in the invoices can cost you a huge sum and other various issues and errors. Here are some of the issue/error that generally occurs while exporting invoices and payments.
QuickBooks Sync Error: Bill invoice date is in a closed period in QuickBooks. Please use a more recent invoice date on the bill.
This error usually arises when a payment or bill is trying to sync with QuickBooks account. The process is blocked as the accounting period is assumed to be closed.
- Allow transaction to sync by login to QuickBooks account (not recommended)
- Change transaction date if it is an invoice or bill, to date within QuickBooks open period
- Record the QuickBooks update/transaction manually and contact Customer Support to fix the sync error
Also Read: QuickBooks Error Code OL 205
QuickBooks Error -6190, -85, or -6190, -816
Such errors prevent QuickBooks to open the file on the host computer
The error can arise when there is a mismatch between the company file (.qbw) and a transaction log file (.tlg) or when another user has access into the company files in Single User Mode.
To fix this problem, you can attempt to open the file with QuickBooks on the host computer or launch the QuickBooks Database Server Manager on the host computer.
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Error: Sales orders or estimates are incorrectly marked as closed or show wrong invoiced quantities
This error occurs when QuickBooks has identified data corruption or incorrect sales orders or invoiced quantities, thus preventing users to continue further with the invoice process.
To resolve this error, you need to locate the transactions that are causing the problem. To do so, open to QBWin.Log file and verify the transactions. If there are only a few records to verify, you can manually verify and save the records. However, if the number of transactions is large then you can perform the data recovery service to resolve the issue.
.Com error while sending invoices or QuickBooks login
Users also encounter Crash-Com error while working with QuickBooks to run reports, email invoices, and other transactions.
This issue has been resolved in the latest QuickBooks release. You should update your QuickBooks with the latest release by browsing into the Latest Release web page.
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