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If you sent Youmans & Gardner, CPAs an Accountant’s Copy of your data, we will send you an accountant’s change file (.qby) with our changes. You can then use this file to automatically import our changes into your company file.
To Import our Changes into Your Company File
First, download the accountant's change file from your NetClient portal or from Intuit's Accountant's Copy File Transfer by following the instructions in the related email. We recommend saving the file to your Desktop. Alternatively, you may have been provided your accountant's change file on CD or jump drive.
Note: Only the QuickBooks Administrator can do the following tasks.
There are two ways to open an accountant’s change file. QuickBooks must be running to use the first method.
The second method opens both the accountant’s change file and QuickBooks. It does not matter if QuickBooks is open or closed when you use this method.
To use this method, double click on the accoutant's change file (.qby) file, either on your disk or as an e-mail attachment.
If QuickBooks is open, the company file that matches the accountant’s change file must be open. If QuickBooks is closed, the last company file opened must be the one that matches the accountant’s change file.
After you have opened the accountant’s change file using either method, continue with the following seven steps.
All restrictions imposed when you created the Accountant's Copy file are now removed. You can continue to process your records without limitation and reconcile any accounts (see our important note regarding account reconciliations).
The IRS has confirmed that the April 15 tax deadline will be postponed until May 17. With tax changes signed into law March 11, expanded Payroll Protection Program eligibility, stimulus questions, and other issues our workload has been greatly increased. This one month delay in the filing deadline will be greatly appreciated! We will work to deliver as many returns as possible by April 15, but we will need some time to react to other pressing client needs.
More details will be announced by the IRS in the near future.
Employers are required to continue to pay employees under certain circumstances related to the COVID-19 virus. Employers will be reimbursed 100% of the payments under this act.
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