QuickBooks DirectLink isn't working for deposits/prepayments

QuickBooks DirectLink isn't working for deposits/prepayments

The QuickBooks DirectLink (QBDL) isn’t working for deposits/prepayments, so now you have a large dollar amount in your accounts receivable. 

Each deposit needs to be made once the money is put into QB.  Kennel Connection transfers the receipts, but the receipt itself needs to be ‘deposited’.  In QB, click on Banking, Make Deposits.  This is the responsibility of you and/or your accountant.

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