Banking,help with set up please.

 I paid an accountant to log in and do my initial set up however there is an error and he is currently unavailable. I deposited funds to my business account and the accountant made an entry of £35 for his set up fee. Unfortunately this is incorrect as I made the payment from my personal account that I wish to keep separate. How should I correct this error? Thanks in advance.


Hi there, clivetheplumber6.

You can re-open the expense transaction you've created. Then, changed the posting account to Personal bank account.

Moving forward, you can refer to this article for your guidelines on how to pay for business expenses with personal fund:

Don't hesitate to reply to this post if you have more questions about bank deposits. I'd be glad to help.

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