Quickbooks Online offers an easy way to manage your business finances and accounting. You can manage and pay bills, accept business payments, perform payroll functions, and more. The Quickbooks Online/Grow integration helps you track financial data and get improved insights into your business.

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Currently, Grow can pull the reports listed in Quickbooks Online. Additionally, Quickbooks Online’s API allows you to organize your data based on the accounting method of your choice. You can also filter and organize your QBO data by vendor, ID, time frame, class, among other segments. Quickbooks lets you pull as much data as you need from as far back as you want it.

Below are a list of the reports the Quickbooks Online/Grow integration offers, along with a short description of each. Most of these reports will include the specific custom fields for your clients.

  • Balance Sheet: Lists assets, liabilities, and equity (what you’ve invested in your company).
  • Profit And Loss: Also called an income statement. Compares money you earned against the money you spent (income and expenses respectively).
  • Profit And Loss Detail: Shows transaction details for both income and expenses.
  • Trial Balance: Summarizes debit and credit balances of each account on your chart of accounts during a specific time frame.
  • Cash Flow: Shows cash flow for operating activities, investments, and stock and dividends.
  • Inventory Valuation Summary: Shows SKU, quantity, and asset value and cost for your inventory items.
  • Customer Sales: Shows sales for each customer.
  • Item Sales: Summarizes sales for your items.
  • Customer Income: Shows your net income for each customer.
  • Customer Balance: Shows each customer’s total open balances.
  • Customer Balance Detail: Shows details (date, number, date due, open balance) unpaid invoices for each customer.
  • Aged Receivables: Shows unpaid invoices for the current period and up to 90 days back.
  • Aged Receivable Detail: Lists all unpaid invoices, grouped by number of days overdue, along with details (due dates, customer names, amounts, totals).
  • Vendor Balance: Shows you the amount you owe each vendor.
  • Vendor Balance Detail: Lists the details that constitute how much you owe each vendor
  • Aged Payables: Shows unpaid bills for the current period and back.
  • Aged Payable Detail: Lists all of the unpaid bills, grouped by aging period (when it was due).
  • Vendor Expenses: Shows total expenses for each vendor.
  • General Ledger: Shows transactions over a period of time for each of your accounts.

Questions about using Quickbooks Online? Send us an email at support@grow.com or chat in on the site.

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