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Level 1

When a company wants to pay your vendors directly

How do I enter a bill from a vendor so that it reflects as an expense on my P&L, when the company we are working for is going to pay that bill directly? 

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Level 15

When a company wants to pay your vendors directly

Then it is not your expense, you are not paying it.

 

But if you insist, show a deposit to the cash type bank account and use Other Income in that amount

 

enter the bill, and pay it from the cash type account

Level 1

When a company wants to pay your vendors directly

The bills are for equipment that we will be billing for and then receiving payment on. It needs to be on the books as an expense. I'm looking at creating a "clearing account" to pay the bills with.

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