Transferring Sales for Multiple Locations, Into One QuickBooks Account

You can update your Commerce Sync settings to differentiate what Commerce Sync transfers for each of your locations.

  1. Set up a Customer for the locations: In your accounting solution, create or identify distinct Customers for each location. For example, one would be called "Square/Clover Customer Uptown" and the other "Square/Clover Customer Downtown".
  2. Set up the tax rates:
    • This step only needs to happen if you need your sales tax broken down to be reported using a separate tax rate in QuickBooks.
    • In your point of sale system, specifically, create or identify your sales tax rates. For example, one tax rate would be called "Uptown City Tax Rate" and the other would be called "Downtown City Tax Rate".
    • You will then, mimic these rates, with the exact names from your POS into your accounting solution.
    • Refer to this article for questions on multiple tax rates.
  3. If you have more than one bank account, make sure the different bank accounts are set up in QuickBooks for each location.
  4. Install Commerce Sync in your other locations. For QuickBooks Desktop users, please see this article on adding new locations.
  5. Once you have installed and connected, open up your Commerce Sync Dashboard, access the Settings then update that location to have the Customer name that you created in Step 1 and the bank account in step 3.

Commerce Sync will transfer the sales for that location, into the company file, under the newly created Customer. You can customize your P & L to have the Customer break-down to see the locations broken out there.


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