How to Void a Check in QuickBooks?

If we talk about paying invoices in QuickBooks, clients and employees who are using QuickBooks can make certain mistakes like keying in incorrect amount on a check. Sometimes the user may mistakenly issue a wrong check to an incorrect person.

In all these situations, you can easily use QuickBooks in order to void the check before completing the transaction. The cancelled check will remain with your company in the app’s registry, however, the check’s amount will be modified to zero so that it doesn’t create any issue.

The number of the check, payee information as well as the date of the check will also stay same on the registry, in the form of a record of the voided transaction. In this article, we will learn about ‘How to void a check in QuickBooks?’

You can call our talented QuickBooks tech helpdesk to know more about the check voiding process also. Our Accountingerrors QuickBooks team is available 24 by 7 to help you with it.

Listed below are the quick steps to void a check within QuickBooks:

  • Select the option that reads as “Banking” and afterwards, click on “Use Register.” Select that particular account from which the check was written from.
  • Select the check number or the check entry which you wish to void in order to select it.
  • Click on the “Edit” option, and afterwards, click on the option that reads as “Void Check.”
  • Click on “Yes” when you receive a message asking you whether you wish to void the check in the existing period or not. This step will update the company’s journal with that perfect date the user is voiding the check on. This will also changes the amount on the check to zero.
  • Otherwise, you may even choose to click on “No” in case you just wish to void the check with the date the check was initially written on. However, this will not update the company’s journal, however, it will definitely show the check as voided.
  • Select the option that says, “Record” in order to finalize the void.

 

Listed below are the quick steps to void a paper check within QuickBooks:

  • Select the option that says “Banking”, afterwards, click on “Write Checks.”
  • Select that particular account on which the check was written from beneath the Expenses section.
  • Type in all the details like the check number correctly from the paper check in the “Check Number” section.
  • Type in the date in the respective “Date” section. Then, type in “0.00” in the “$” section, and afterwards, type the correct payee name in the “Pay to the Order of” section.
  • Click on “Yes” when you receive a message asking you whether you wish to void the check in the existing period or not. This step will update the company’s journal with that perfect date the user is voiding the check on. This will also change the amount on the check to zero.
  • Otherwise, you may even choose to click on “No” in case you just wish to void the check with the date the check was initially written on. However, this will not update the company’s journal, however, it will definitely show the check as voided.
  • Select the option that says, “Record” in order to finalize the void.

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