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Chapter 8. Entering Historical Information > Changing Your Start Date

Changing Your Start Date

In Chapter 6, “The EasyStep Interview,” you learned about choosing a start date for your company. This is the date on which you want to begin tracking information in QuickBooks. If the start date doesn’t coincide with the date on which you actually begin entering your information in QuickBooks, you need to go back to that start date and begin entering the individual transactions that will make your company’s QuickBooks file complete.

For example, if your start date is 1/1/02 and today is 5/5/02, you need to enter into QuickBooks the historical information that occurred since your start date, which consists of all of your company’s financial transactions from 1/1/02 through 5/4/02.


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