How to input bills on QuickBooks app for iPad


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Let me help share information about the things that you can do in QuickBooks Online app for iPad.

Using an app, you can do some of your most important QuickBooks activities like:

  • Manage customers and vendors, and see your customers’ outstanding balances
  • Create professional estimates, invoices, and sales receipts, and email them to customers
  • Manage expenses, split them between categories, and attach photos of expense receipts to your invoices
  • Record payments and mark invoices as partially or fully paid
  • Set up and manage sales tax for your business

However, if you need more functionalities like creating a Bill, you may need to access your QuickBooks Online account via a web browser.

Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Log in using this link
  2. Click the Plus icon (+) at the top, then click Bill.
  3. Enter the vendor’s name and bill details.
  4. Click Save and close.

That’s it! You’re now able to create Bills. If there’s anything else I can do for you in creating Bills in QuickBooks Online, please don’t hesitate to reach us back. Have a great day ahead!

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