Can I pay bills via BAX from my Quickbooks Online account?

We want to pay suppliers via Bank transfer but can only seem to print out cheques.

There is nowhere to enter Acc numbers or sort codes for each supplier


Hi there, paul.harris360,

Right now, there isn’t an option to pay your bills using your bank in QuickBooks Online (QBO). 

You may need to transfer your funds from the actual bank (BAX) to your supplier's financial institution. Or use a third-party application to pay your bills. Then, record the payment manually in QBO so you can track your expenses.

Feel free to visit the QuickBooks App Store for the application you need. Then, I recommend seeking help through another forum. We call it Intuit Developer Forum. It's a place where different developers and coders help each other about app development, integrations, and programming.

This answers your concern for today.

Don't hesitate to post again or leave a comment if you have follow-up questions. I'm always around whenever you need help.

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