How to record accounts receivable as loan receivable

I have a customer that has a balance of say $10,000. in A/R.

Now I need to zero the accounts receivable record the $10,000 as loan receivable.  


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"Now I need to zero the accounts receivable record the $10,000 as loan receivable."

Make a new Other Charge type item and link it to Other Current Asset: Owed From Customer.

Use it on a Credit Memo for the total they owe you, that you agreed to carry as Debt from Them. Apply the credit memo to all open invoices using the icon at the top of the credit memo.

Now, instead of AR (asset) you have Other Current Asset.

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