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When entering expenses, alot of our invoices are not paid up front, but off a monthly vendor statement . How do I classify "paymt account " and "paymt method" for these?

 
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Re: When entering expenses, alot of our invoices are not paid up front, but off a monthly vendor ...

Hi there, @ERACSGracie.

 

Thank you for posting in the Community. I'm here to help classify your payment method and account when entering expenses.

 

If you're using the QuickBooks Online Plus version, you can enter a bill and pay bills if your invoices are not paid upfront. You can refer to this article for more information: How to enter and pay bills.

 

The Pay Bills screen will let you track the bills you have entered and the ones that are due.

 

However, if you're using the Simple Start version, you don't have the option to use the bill feature. You have to enter an expense once the vendor statement is paid.

 

Let me know if you have other questions about entering your expenses. I can always provide further help.

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Anonymous
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Re: When entering expenses, alot of our invoices are not paid up front, but off a monthly vendor ...

Hi there, @ERACSGracie.

 

Thank you for posting in the Community. I'm here to help classify your payment method and account when entering expenses.

 

If you're using the QuickBooks Online Plus version, you can enter a bill and pay bills if your invoices are not paid upfront. You can refer to this article for more information: How to enter and pay bills.

 

The Pay Bills screen will let you track the bills you have entered and the ones that are due.

 

However, if you're using the Simple Start version, you don't have the option to use the bill feature. You have to enter an expense once the vendor statement is paid.

 

Let me know if you have other questions about entering your expenses. I can always provide further help.

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