The payment will sync for individual invoice payments.
For this scenario, you can mark each invoice as paid. Just enter a note saying the payment didn't sync to them You can also wait for the payment to be downloaded on your Banking page, and match them to your invoices.
You can always go back to this thread if you have some questions.
Hello there, Switch87,
You can also link a deposit to an invoice. When you receive bank deposits as a payment, you'll want to link them to the customer's open invoice.
Next, apply the deposit entry as an invoice payment.
Don't hesitate to reach out to me if you need more help.
Hi there, ncjones21@gmail..
I'll provide different information on how the invoice payments work in QuickBooks.
As mentioned above, the payment will sync for individual invoice payments. You'll need to wait for the payment to be downloaded on your Banking page, and match them to your invoices. This way, the invoice will automatically show as paid.
The steps shared by my peer MaryLurleenM is the other easiest way to record the payment and link them to the customer's open invoice. This will make sure to tag the invoice as paid in the QuickBooks system. And, to secure that your account stays accurate.
You also have the option to manually enter the invoice payments in the Received payment page. From there, you can choose and link the invoice to mark the transaction as paid.
For additional information, you can click this article: Record invoice payments in QuickBooks Online. This also provides steps on how you can record a partial or joint payment in QuickBooks.
Please refer to this article on how you can use the credit toward an invoice, refund the customer, or enter the overpayment as a tip in QuickBooks: Handle a customer credit or overpayment in QuickBooks Online.
Please know that you're always welcome to post if you have any other concerns. Wishing you and your business continued success.
Thanks for coming in today, @nikki1985.
I have some information about getting the credit option when receiving invoice payment. You'll need to create an adjustment note to record the credit. This way, you'll see the Credit option when receiving payment.
Let me walk you through how.
If you've enabled the automatic apply credits feature from the settings, the above steps will auto-apply the payment to your open invoices. If not, you can go to +New, then Receive payment. Open the invoice and scroll down to see the credit.
Here's how it looks like:
Please check out this guide to give you a better view about this process: Enter and apply a adjustment note or delayed credit.
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Keep me posted if you still have questions or concerns with invoice payments. I'll be around to help. Take care and stay safe.