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lianasmith
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When I create an invoice, QB will Debit the AR account, but account does it Credit?

 
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IntuitStarlee
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When I create an invoice, QB will Debit the AR account, but account does it Credit?

Good day lianasmith!

Let me help you.

The account that is credited when you create an invoice depends on what income account is associated with your item or service.

Every time you create an invoice, you can immediately check the transaction journal. Please follow these steps:

  1. Open an invoice.
  2. Click More at the bottom of the window.
  3. Select Transaction Journal. This will open a report of journal entries for the particular transaction. 

If you have other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out again. We'd be glad to help. 

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IntuitStarlee
Level 3

When I create an invoice, QB will Debit the AR account, but account does it Credit?

Good day lianasmith!

Let me help you.

The account that is credited when you create an invoice depends on what income account is associated with your item or service.

Every time you create an invoice, you can immediately check the transaction journal. Please follow these steps:

  1. Open an invoice.
  2. Click More at the bottom of the window.
  3. Select Transaction Journal. This will open a report of journal entries for the particular transaction. 

If you have other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out again. We'd be glad to help. 

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saidoo
Level 1

When I create an invoice, QB will Debit the AR account, but account does it Credit?

What about if I want to change the account that is credited or debited? Because right now when I send an invoice, it credits the bank account and debits the AR account which is wrong
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