Welcome to the thread, @assign an account to enter a bil.
Let me get the help you need when entering a Bill.
The Expense at the far left that @Lexiesmemere is referring to is the Expense tab that you can see in the Bill page. For your visual reference, see below screenshot:
To learn more about how the Bill feature works in QuickBooks Desktop, you can consider checking below articles:
I'm always here for you if you have any other questions, just leave a comment below. Have a great day!
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I have a check written in 2015 for $513 and assigned to customer A. I am trying to split that check between 13 Customers. I split the check making making each customer had an account and amount assigned. When I save the check after I split, QB says " you must assign an account". I have accounts assigned already! Help please.
Good Afternoon, @Accounting4050-2020.
Thanks for joining in on this thread. To receive the best explanation and help on this issue, I recommend contacting our Customer Support Team. They'll be able to use more advanced tools to look further into your account to see why this is happening. Here's how to get in contact with them:
I want to make sure that you're able to get this resolved as soon as possible. Let me know how it goes. Have a great day!