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What's the difference between entering a Bill versus entering an Expense.

 
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What's the difference between entering a Bill versus entering an Expense.

Greetings, jane5.

 

Welcome to the Community. I'm here to share some insights about the difference between a bill and an expense in QuickBooks Online.

 

You use a bill when you're going to pay for an expense in a later time. Just like an invoice, you can pay a bill until the reached the due date. While entering expenses work like a receipt that represents something you've already paid.

 

I'm looking forward to your response about this concern. I'm here anytime you have additional questions. Have a wonderful day ahead.

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