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I need to split some expenses between 2 locations, but I don't see a way to do it. I also have to track classes for other reasons, so that is not an option.

 
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Re: I need to split some expenses between 2 locations, but I don't see a way to do it. I also hav...

Hello swolf,

 

Welcome to the Community. I'd be glad to lend a hand with splitting expenses in QuickBooks Online.

 

When splitting expenses in Bank Feeds, you have the option to assign multiple classes into the transaction. However, the ability to add more than one location is currently unavailable.

 

Here's how you can assign multiple classes:

 

  1. On the left panel, click Banking.
  2. Go to the Banking tab.
  3. Click the expense transaction.
  4. Click Split.
  5. Choose a location.
  6. Add different classes per line.
  7. Click Save and add.

For your visual guide, please check this out:

 

 

If you want to add different locations on expenses, you may need to enter them manually. I also suggest excluding the transaction from your Bank Feed to avoid duplicates.

 

The article I'm attaching below will serve as your future reference on this:

 

How to exclude expenses from downloaded bank transactions.


Please also note that you still need to enable the option through your settings to track Classes.

 

 

Fill me in if you have additional questions concerning splitting transactions. I'll keep an eye on your response.

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Re: I need to split some expenses between 2 locations, but I don't see a way to do it. I also hav...

Hi AlcaeusF,

 

Thank you for your reply, but I need to split a vendor invoice into 2 locations.

 

We are a Charter School that just opened a 2nd location, and I need to split some of our costs.  

 

We currently track classes for other reasons, so each school is set as a location.

 

Thank you

QuickBooks Team

Re: I need to split some expenses between 2 locations, but I don't see a way to do it. I also hav...

Hi @swolf,

 

Allow me to join this thread and share my insights on your question about splitting an expense between 2 locations.

 

You mentioned above that you already use classes for a different reason. With that said, the only other option I can suggest is to create 2 vendor invoices (bills). For QuickBooks Online, it allows you to enter a single location per transaction. So the 2 locations you mentioned requires 2 bill transactions.

 

Details on how to add or match your bank transactions are listed in this article: Add and match Bank Feed transactions.

 

I'll be here to provide further help should you need it. Leave me a comment below and I'll get back to you.