2012-10-10 00:00:00QuickBooks UpdatesEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/ca_qrc/uploads/2017/03/Employee-on-ice-cream-food-truck-swipes-credit-card-using-quickbooks-application-on-tablet.jpgHow to Pay a Bill in QuickBooks Using a Credit Card

How to Pay a Bill in QuickBooks Using a Credit Card

1 min read

How do I pay a bill in QuickBooks using a credit card?

We get this a lot, so we decided to show you how, using QuickBooks Online. Follow below!

To record a bill payment made using a credit card, you can use the ‘Pay Bills’ or ‘Pay One Supplier’ feature. First, make sure you have the ‘Manage Bills to Pay Later’ feature turned on:

  • Choose Company and then Preferences.
  • On the left side, click Suppliers & Purchases.
  • Make sure the Manage bills checkbox is selected
  • Click Save.

Once the preference is turned on you can enter a bill and pay it by going to Pay Bills or Pay One Supplier.

Using a Credit Card:

  • Choose Suppliers and then Pay Bills or Pay One Supplier.
  • Use the pull-down menu Payment Account, and change it to your credit card account.

From the ‘Pay Bills’ screen:

  • Select the bill you want to pay, and then click the Pay Bills button at the bottom.

From the ‘Pay One Supplier’ screen:

  • Fill out the Date, Pay to the Order, Amount etc.
  • Select the bill you want to pay from the list down below, and then click Save.

That’s it – easy like pie.

Information may be abridged and therefore incomplete. This document/information does not constitute, and should not be considered a substitute for, legal or financial advice. Each financial situation is different, the advice provided is intended to be general. Please contact your financial or legal advisors for information specific to your situation.

Related Articles

Calculating Holiday Pay for Ontario Employees

As of January 2018, Ontario is rolling out new rules on how…

Read more

Should Your Small Business Offer Severance Pay to Terminated Employees?

Terminating employment is a difficult process for everyone involved, and one way…

Read more

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights: A Five-Part Commitment to Small Business

The Canada Revenue Agency introduced the Taxpayer Bill of Rights in 2007.…

Read more