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How do I create a report that has current period, prior period, Current YTD, and prior YTD. I am unable to find one, customize one, or create one

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You are in the wrong place on the internet. The QuickBooks community is here:

https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community


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You show your product as ProSeries Professional 2015.....is that the program you're asking the question about?

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QuickBooks Pro 2015  (multi user)
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QB 2015 is no longer supported and no longer compliant with Windows 10. It reached end of life in May 2018.
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You are in the wrong place on the internet. The QuickBooks community is here:

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I would just make it myself in Excel

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QB has the P&L Prev and YTD Comparison reporting that would give you everything, but from two reports. P&L Prev Year Comparison won't include Prior YTD; it has the other requested info. For Prev YTD compared to current YTD, you would need to run the YTD Comparison report. Please see my attachment for P&L Prev Comparison. Sure, you can combine them in Excel, bringing the YTD info into the P&L Prev Year Comparison as the starting point. If you use Accountant Edition, the Statement Write would allow you to do this, as well.

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