If you are facing such an issue, in which you are struggling to get rid of “Something’s not quite right” error while changing account types than you must first learn about the limitations and restrictions to do so. You can call QuickBooks Technical Helpline Number (844)-888-4666 anytime to seek help, here in this article we will be discussing the types of errors a user can face and troubleshooting tips to fix them. There are multiple variations of this type of error, and usually, the error message is followed by a specific message depending upon the account type change user performs.
Restrictions in changing account types.
There are generally four conditions in which changing of an account type is not possible:
- Making Changes to an Automatically Created Account:
If an account has been created automatically by the application then it’s type cannot be changed as these are the types of accounts those serve their different purpose like Inventory Asset, Opening Balance Equity, Payroll expense, Purchase orders or Retained earnings. So make sure you are trying to change an account type that has been created manually by the user or create a new account to make any changes to it.
- If Parent Account is Holding Sub-accounts:
Type of parent account and its sub-accounts should always be the same, if you are trying to change the type of a sub-account to something different from its parent account type, then you will get the error message, as this is not allowed in the application. If you want to make changes to the type of a sub-account than first, you need to remove that sub-account from its parent directory. After making the required changes to the type of sub-account remember that it cannot be moved back to the same parent account as their types will not match.
- Changing type of (A/R) Account Receivable or (A/P) Account Payable accounts: Account Receivable (A/R) and Account Payable (A/P) are two special accounts where a user cannot change their types in any condition as they are meant to serve particular purpose in the application, user cannot even change an already present account type to (A/R) or (A/P) the only solution to get this resolved is to create a new account. For advanced support on setting up such individual accounts, call QuickBooks Support Number anytime.
- If Transactions are done by the account using undeposited funds account type or cash: Account type cannot be changed if the account has been operated for transactions like payments, check, and deposit that needs undeposited funds or cash. To change the account type you need to select and change such transactions in the account to use a different cash account. Account quick report can be used to locate such transactions within an account.
After an in-depth research our team has found these above mentioned reasons for getting this type of error and now as you know how you can get this fixed give it a try and don’t worry if you do not succeed as we are always here for help just pick up your phone and call QuickBooks Desktop Help Phone Number at (844)-888-4666.