we set up providers as associates and when we post a sale - we login for the sale under cashier- there are some sales that are being posted under assosiate and cashier?

We have 5 providers in our clinic - we set up providers as "associates" and when we post a sale - we login for the sale under cashier.  We are finding that there are some sales that are being posted as ( for example) Associate A and Cashier B - this is really concerning because this is affecting payroll and overall charges per associate.  Can you suggest how this is happening?  We do not even have a place to change the associate while posting a sale - so then why is it working its way into the sale?


In my considered opinion you are attempting to force your QuickBooks point-of-sale tool into an area of sales in which it does not belong. If you wish you may reach out to me and I will advise you of a product that is much more Suited to what you're attempting to do.

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