You've probably heard of QuickBooks is an all-in-one banking solution for small businesses is powered by QuickBooks Checking, a digital business account that easily integrates with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Payments. The company's high-yield, fee-free business checking account, QuickBooks Checking, will be integrated with QuickBooks Online (QBO). In addition to the usual QuickBooks features, it includes typical checking account services such as debit cards and ATM access. To help you understand more about QuickBooks Checking Account, in this section, we will share the details of QuickBooks Checking Account and the steps to use it. Please read this section carefully or contact our technical support team at +1-844-499-6700. We will provide support services immediately.

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Steps to use a QuickBooks Checking Account

Step 1:  Set up your QuickBooks checking account.

If you have not already done so, you must register for QuickBooks Payments and QuickBooks Checking Accounts. If you're approved, you'll receive your QuickBooks checking account and your QuickBooks debit card in the mail within 7 to 10 business days.

Step 2: Connect your bank account to make the QuickBooks transfer.

  • First, simply go to Business Overview, select “Cash Flow” and click “QuickBooks Transfer.
  • To transfer money between accounts, first select Transfer Money.
  • You need to be connected to send money.
  • Next, add a bank.
  • After entering the bank name, you must select the account type.
  • Enter the account number and sort code.
  • When you are ready to connect, select the next tab.

Step 3: Deposit and Withdraw Money from Your QuickBooks Checking Account 

  • You can easily view your QuickBooks checking account balance at the top of the Cash Flow menu.
  • An accountant with read-only access to QBOA can view a client's QuickBooks checking account.
  • Additionally, you can access other documents, download statements, and view transaction information.
  • To access the read-only His QuickBooks exam section, you must access the Client His view.
  • QuickBooks Please deposit funds into your checking account.
  • QuickBooks Withdraw money from your checking account.
  • Please use your QuickBooks checking account to pay your bills.

Step 4: Classify the transaction.

QuickBooks can self-classify as many QuickBooks checking transactions as possible. However, it is not possible to categorize everything. To categorize QuickBooks audit transactions, you must access the Accounting menu and select Transactions.


We hope that you are now clear on how to use a QuickBooks Checking Account. The above-mentioned steps are curated by industry experts and certified ProAdvisors of QuickBooks. You can easily perform these steps if you have a little technical knowledge. If you need assistance while following these steps you can also contact our tech support team. To get connected to our tech experts dial our our technical support team at +1-844-499-6700. Our experts are highly experienced and are available 24/7 to assist you.