How to enter cash transactions when it is cash back from bank.

I have QBO, and my contractors are paid weekly by signing a check as a document and I give them cash for their pay.  It doesn't get deposited into the bank therefore it would not show on the transactions when the connected account downloads the transactions.  I get cash back when I make my deposit and that's what I pay with.  The check I write them is voided but is just a record that received the cash.

How would I enter these into QBO and what account would I associate with them?  I've attempted setting up them up but not sure what subaccount I should assign it to as there are limited choices without one.  Undeposited funds perhaps?

Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.

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