Hello, @Abdul Rehman.
It's possible you've used a Journal Entry in recording your previous expense transactions. You can enter a bill, a check or an expense transaction to record an expense in QuickBooks. Let me guide you on how it works.
- Go to the Plus Icon.
- Choose either Expense, Cheque or Bill.
- Choose the name of the vendor from the Payee field.
- Enter the expense details.
- Click Save and Close.
You can refer to these articles for more detailed instructions in managing your expense transactions:
- Enter, edit, or delete expenses in QuickBooks Online
- What is the difference between bills, cheques, and expenses?
If you're still unable to view your expenses, we can perform basic troubleshooting steps to check if this browser-related.
- Access your QuickBooks Online account using an incognito or private browser:
- Google Chrome, press CTRL + Shift + N
- Mozilla Firefox: press CTRL + Shift + P
- Internet Explorer: Press CTRL + Shift + P
- Safari: press Command + Shift + N
Your web browsers store information and history that may affect its performance. If you’re able to navigate around QuickBooks, you may want to clear the cache of your regular web browsers.
You can visit these articles to learn more about fixing unexpected browser-related behaviors:
Keep me posted if you have other questions. I'm always here to help.