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How to set up a recurring payment by credit card to a vendor's bill that need to be paid every 1st day of the month for 10 months? Thanks!
Hi there, @Chrissy3.
Thank you for reaching out to the Community. I'll be here to help you sort this out. It's super easy and quick. You'll just have to create a new bill or open the existing one. I'll show you how:
Once finished, QuickBooks will remind you about it at certain intervals.
You can refer to this link for more details about the recurring transaction in QuickBooks:
Create recurring transactions in QuickBooks Online
That's it. Let me know if you have other questions. Just leave a comment below. Have a good day!
You misread my question. It's not to set up a recurring bill.
It's for a recurring PAYMENT of a bill.
Thanks for your prompt response, @Chrissy3.
Currently, the recurring payments feature is unavailable in QuickBooks Online (QBO). However, you can associate it with other applications such as bill.com to set up scheduled payments for bills.
You may reach out to their Support Team to sign up for the Auto Pay feature.
See the Contact section of this resource to get their contact information: Contact Bill.com.
You can also check other billing applications that will enable you to make a recurring payment for bills. Just go to the App menu and then search for billing apps of your choice.
Also, I'll be adding this page as your reference in enhancing your QuickBooks Online experience: Video Tutorials for QuickBooks Online.
Please don't hesitate to leave us a message here if you need further assistance. The Community is always here to help. More power to your business!
@Jovychris_A wrote:Currently, the recurring bill payments feature is unavailable in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
Currently, the recurring bill payments feature is unavailable in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
Another option, you may utilize MP to pay your bills. If it's a recurring bill, choose a payment frequency (monthly or weekly), the number of payments and the day you'd like payments to go out.