Hi – Thanks for the post. Curious how you got the Cash at Beginning of Period and Cash at End of Period to show on the Statement of Cash Flows in QBO. I can do it in QBDT, but dont see how to set that up in QBO.
Hi Nick, glad you liked the QuickBooks tutorials. I actually did not do anything to get the cash at the beginning and end of the period to show up on the Cash Flow report. That is something that should automatically show up. The beginning cash is carried over from the ending cash balance in the previous period. This might sound like a dumb question but do you have accounts that would be considered “cash equivalents” set up on your chart of accounts?
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