Received statement but it no longer includes detail of the billing charges; where can I see that?


Glad to see you here in the Community, db.

I can show you where to check your billing statements.

You can go to your Account and Settings (or Company Settings) page to check your billing charges.

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon
  2. Select Account and Settings (or Company Settings).
  3. Choose Billing & Subscription from the left menu.
  4. Click the View payment history link.
  5. Filter by Event or Date Range if necessary.

However, if you don't see the Account and Settings of the company, then you'll need to reach your company's Master Administrator to get your user access rights changed.

Here's Billing and subscription information for QuickBooks Online article for detailed guidance. 

You may also check your last six (6) months' billing history if you are using Wholesale Billing in QuickBooks Online Accountant (QBOA) from your accounts settings. You can check this article for more information:

That'll surely help you check your billing charges. Let me know if you still need help with your billing statement. I'm always here to assist. Have a good day. 

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