Disconnect PayPal Connect from QuickBooks Online

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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to disconnect a PayPal account from QuickBooks Online that you connected using PayPal Connect.

Quick Instructions:

  1. Click Banking in the left-side menu and Banking in the submenu
  2. Click the pencil icon in the PayPal account box
  3. Click Edit Settings
  4. Click Disconnect PayPal
  5. Give a reason for disconnecting
  6. Click Submit

Keep reading for a complete walkthrough with screenshots:

Disconnect PayPal Connect

To disconnect your PayPal account first click Banking in the left-side menu. Then select Banking from the submenu.

In the box for your PayPal account click the pencil in the upper right corner.

Edit bank account in Quickbooks Online.

Click Edit Settings.

At the bottom of the screen click the Disconnect PayPal button.

Disconnect PayPal from QuickBooks Online

A pop-up will appear asking you why you’re disconnecting. Select whatever works for you and click Submit.

Before you go pop-up when disconnecting PayPal from QBO.

You have now disconnected your PayPal account from QuickBooks Online.

Any transactions/history you downloaded while connected is still in QuickBooks.

But it will no longer sync data from that account going forward. 

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Below is a video if you prefer to watch a walkthrough.

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We are not affiliated with PayPal and do not provide technical support for Paypal. Please follow this link for PayPal support questions: https://www.paypal.com/us/smarthelp/contact-us

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