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Good day, Deanna1.
Thanks for stopping by the Community space. I’d be glad to help effectively track the credit cards charges for your Home Depot account.
To keep your financial records in order, I recommend entering these transactions via Expense. The process is simple, and I’ll provide you the steps.
If your Home Depot account can connect to QBO, you can use the Online Banking feature to automatically download transactions. This method is faster and helps manage business time.
To help give you a better idea about this option, click on this link: Online Banking Overview.
That's it. Your Home Depot transactions are properly recorded in QBO.
If there's anything else that I can help you with, feel fee to leave a comment below. I'll be around to assist you further. Wishing you the best.
If you have a credit card, then set up that account as a credit card type account in the chart of accounts.
then when you enter an expense you just select the account that paid for the expense, and you pay down the CC account
I am using the Project feature on QBO to track according to home build. How can I keep track of invoice numbers when paying with a credit card and entering them as expenses?
Welcome to Community @IH Amanda,
You'll have to enter a bill instead of an invoice to record this transaction as an expense. Here's how:
Step 1: Create a Bill
Step 2: Pay Bills
To view all your unpaid bills report to show all the overdue bills transaction.
If you have additional questions, feel free to leave a comment below. Have a nice day!