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    QuickBooks users can utilize QuickBooks online banking to online interface with their banks and monetary establishments to check and download the new exchanges and employments of their financial balance and banking service. QuickBooks is a best-in-class accounting and bookkeeping instrument which permits its clients to oversee and deal with web-based banking from inside the product.

    A QuickBooks user might be confronting various kinds of error codes on the off chance that the QuickBooks Desktop doesn’t have banking set up appropriately. One regular error code that frequently shows up in QuickBooks error OLSU 1013. It holds clients back from refreshing their record-related data and regularly springs up when you attempt to set-up web-based banking in QB bookkeeping programming.

    Reasons Behind QuickBooks Error OLSU 1013

    using an outdated version of QuickBooks Desktop
    QuickBooks is not connected properly or facing troubles in connecting with your bank.
    Bank servers are unresponsive because of some undergoing updates or maintenance.
    The Financial Institution Directory that you have is not update
    You are using a mode other than Express or Side by Side Mode.

    Solutions To Fix This Error

    Solution 1: Keep the Default Bank Account under Company and Personal Preferences

    Solution 2: Set QuickBooks to Use the Express Mode

    Solution 3: Update your Bank Directory

    Follow the above-mentioned guide to fix QuickBooks Error OLSU 1013. If you still face any issues then contact your customer support number.


    Perform an Update of your FIDIR (Financial Institution Directory)
    1. Open QuickBooks, from under the Banking tab click Bank Feeds and then hit Bank Feeds Center.
    2. Now from the drop-down menu click Sync all for this bank
    3. Press Ctrl + C to copy all the text from the page.
    4. Now inside the filist folder double-click the fidir.txt file to open.
    5. Press Ctrl + A and then press Ctrl+ V.
    6. Now from the File tab at the top left corner click Save and close the file.
    7. Restart QuickBooks.

    Follow these steps and it should resolve the error being faced.

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