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Angel11-72
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So if I have an electric bill that has a balance on it, I wasn't entering the bill before until now, what date do I use? Because it wasn't all accrued in one day.

 
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Michael K
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So if I have an electric bill that has a balance on it, I wasn't entering the bill before until now, what date do I use? Because it wasn't all accrued in one day.

Hey there, @Angel11-72. You're in the right place.

 

You would want to use the issue date or invoice date on your bill, as this is the date that the Vendor (Utility Company) issued you a notice of your balance. You can also enter the due date as shown on their bill.

 

For more information on entering and paying bills in QuickBooks Online, I recommend: Enter and pay bills

 

Let me know if you have any additional questions. I'll be here to help.

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Michael K
Moderator

So if I have an electric bill that has a balance on it, I wasn't entering the bill before until now, what date do I use? Because it wasn't all accrued in one day.

Hey there, @Angel11-72. You're in the right place.

 

You would want to use the issue date or invoice date on your bill, as this is the date that the Vendor (Utility Company) issued you a notice of your balance. You can also enter the due date as shown on their bill.

 

For more information on entering and paying bills in QuickBooks Online, I recommend: Enter and pay bills

 

Let me know if you have any additional questions. I'll be here to help.

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