Why is my Income not showing on my Income Statement in QuickBooks?

This issue has been around since I first started using Quickbooks (now QuickBooks Online) since the late 1990's.  See this video for the steps in helping you correct the problem with your records.  Be sure when you change your item to the proper income account and then go to the subsequent invoices to update them, you are careful to write down the amount that was originally in place.  Changing the item will change your amount due.  So when you change the item back to the newly coded one, you want to make sure you enter the correct amount that was originally on the invoice.  For a step-by-step help video on setting up items and products in QBO, see this video from Intuit.

Lynda Artesani

Lynda Artesani is the president of Artesani Accounting. Her firm specializes in working exclusively with the legal industry. She is passionate about helping her attorney clients migrate to modern cloud-based systems and become future-ready.​ ​ She is a Top 100 ProAdvisor, an alumni member of the Intuit Advisory Board and a member of the Intuit Trainer Writer Network. She also runs a Facebook group and a private group called The Accountant's Law Lab. It is a place where members can learn how to work with attorneys and law firms. Lynda lives in Southwest Florida. She is a registered yoga teacher and in her free time, you will find practicing yoga or walking on the beach.​