Money management systems allow you to input your information from your bank statements. They keep track of your revenue and expenses, and generate a variety of reports that help you keep track of your earnings and spending. All the entries in your statements must be correct for the software to provide you an accurate reading. If you happen to have an incorrect bank entry listed, you can delete it with relative ease.
Open the QuickBooks Online Banking Center by clicking “Banking,” “Online Banking” and then “Online Banking Center.”
Click the name of the account that contains the bank entry you want to delete from the “Items Received” section.
Click “Select Items to Delete.” Select the bank entry you want to delete.
Click “Delete Selected.” Click “Yes.”
Launch Microsoft Money. Click “Account List.”
Right-click “Tranactions to Read.” Click “Select Transactions.” Select the entry you want to delete.
Click “Delete.” Click “OK.”
Access your Quicken account. Select the account register containing the entry you want to delete.
Click the entry you want to delete to highlight it.
Right-click the highlighted entry. Click “Delete” from the options that appear.
Select more than one bank entry to delete by holding down the “CTRL” key while you select entries.
An incorrect entry in your money management system will cause your reports to be incorrect. The longer they go uncorrected, the harder it will become to find them in the future.