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Non-Profit Fiscal Year in QuickBooks

I entered a credit card charge of $2700 back in July '08.  The credit card bills are only paid in part each month.  The $2700 is showing up on a P&L for this fiscal year.  Why is that?
If your fiscal year is Jul-Jun, like most nonprofits, July 08 is part of your current fiscal year.  If it’s not, you may need to change your report settings at Company -> Company Information.  For instance, if your fiscal year is Jan-Dec you’ll need to change the month to Jan.

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