Andy wrote:The quick answer is no. The RetailEdge to QuickBooks sales summary export is based on RetailEdge closings. When the export is performed, RetailEdge looks for closings and presents a list of the closings to the user. The user can then select which closings to export (btw, one can combine a number of closings or even different days into a single export to QB).
The best rule of thumb is to set up procedures so that employees close out at the end of each day. In addition to the question about QB exports, this is important for bookkeeping checks and balances (i.e. keeping accurate track of cash tills). Additionally, closing daily will make reconciling bank statements far easier, especially when considering credit card batches.
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