Good evening, joshuashaneadkin,
In order to split your bank transaction into several locations you'll need to enter the expenses into the register.
1. Go to Accounting and select Chart of Accounts.
2. Find the account for the transaction.
3. Under the Action column, select View register.
4. Select the transaction, then select Edit. The entry screen for that particular transaction opens.
5. Enter the other accounts to add with the amount. Note: The amounts for each account should add up to the total amount of the transaction.
6. Select Save. The transaction now displays Split in account column.
And that's it. If you need more help entering these in, feel free to reach out here. Have a great night!
Currently, in QBO, there's no option to divide the Expense transaction into multiple locations. Only the Class you split to multiple locations.
The only other option is to write a Journal Entry later to allocate expense transactions to multiple locations.
(To write Journal Entry: Left Dashboard > Create "+ New" > Other > Journal Entry). You should see the Location column if it's ON with Plus or Advanced.
Hope this helps!
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Thanks for joining in on this thread, AMD5.
We don't have an estimate time on when the feature will be available in QuickBooks Online. For now, we can only assign one location on a bank transaction.
As a workaround, you can follow vpcontroller's suggestion which is to create a journal entry to allocate the locations. You can ask your accountant for additional guidance about it.
You can also see updates through the following links once we have added new features or functions within the program:
Your feedback would help us improve the program to suit your business needs.
We'll be right here if you need anything else.