Need help with credit card purchse

need help to input credit card charge 


Hi there, blongo.

You can create an expense transaction to enter the credit card charges in QuickBooks Online.

Here's how:

  1. Click the Plus icon (+) on the Toolbar.
  2. Under Vendors, choose Expense.
  3. In the Payee field, select a vendor.
  4. Choose the Credit account to which to credit this expense.
  5. Enter the date of purchase in the Expense/Payment date field and specify the Payment method for the expense.
  6. Specify the Accounts to use for the transaction, and enter a description of the expense.
  7. Enter the Amount of the purchase and any Tax paid. You can enter a calculation.
  8. Click Save and close or Save and new.

For more details about entering expenses, you can check out this article:

Just reply on this post if you have additional questions. Thanks!

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