How to "pay" payroll liabilities when a cash advance is repaid?
A cash advance was provided to employee. It has been repaid by withholding $25 per paycheck until the $200 was "repaid". These cash advance repayments are not sitting as liabilities that need to be paid. How do I make these "go away". There is no actual money to be paid.
How do I properly record them so they are zeroed out and no longer show as overdue liabilities to be paid?
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