Prepare & Connect Your Accounting file

Articles to help you configure your accounting file and connect that file on Greenback.

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Connect Your Accounting Program
If you plan to export your sales or expenses to an accounting file such as QuickBooks or Xero, you will need to first connect the file within Greenback.
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Manage or Remove Accounting Programs
How to view, manage or remove a connected accounting file on Greenback.
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Configure Your Accounting Export Preferences
From Customer/Contact records to SKU matching, your export preferences control how data is exported from Greenback to your accounting file.
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Does Greenback work with the QuickBooks Online Desktop App for Windows or Mac?
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Which editions of QuickBooks does Greenback support?
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Does Greenback support QuickBooks Inventory Assemblies and Bill of Materials (BOMs)?
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E-Commerce Sellers - Prepare Your Accounting File
Global e-commerce is complex. This article will provide an overview of the 3 key tasks necessary to best configure your accounting file for e-commerce transactions.
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E-Commerce Sellers - Create Clearing Accounts
A detailed guide on creating and managing clearing accounts for e-commerce companies.
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Accrual vs. Cash Based Accounting on Greenback
How does Greenback address transactions for cash vs. accrual based organizations?
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Best accounting practices for eBay Managed Payments + Xero
Transitioning to eBay's Managed Payments? Learn how to sync your eBay Managing Payments data with Xero.
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Export and Publish
step by step guide to export your sales to an accounting program
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Mark Transactions as Reconciled in Xero
Here is how to mark transactions exported by Greenback as reconciled in Xero.
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Technical Guide: Xero
Connect, understand, and optimize your Xero integration with Greenback.

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