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  • Recording a loss

    From the answer: Thanks for coming to the Community for help, @beesrvresort .... You can record a credit to the appropriate inventory account to reduce the amount of the spoiled item on hand.

  • Says I have insufficient quantity when I do

    From the answer: Hello, Welcome to the QuickBooks community.... I’ll be happy to assist with your inventory.... QuickBooks Desktop offers a solid inventory feature that lets you manage your items efficiently.

  • Tricky Sales Tax/Accounts Receivable Problem

    From the answer: Glad to hear from you again, @chabutna .... I can see the inconvenience of this process has caused you.... However, you've got me here to provide some information in settling your sales tax in QuickBooks Online.

  • Vendor tax levy

    From the answer: Hi jfw1, I'd be glad to help you record your payment to your vendor and IRS/EDD.... You'll want to create a Wash Account / Clearing account (bank type) where you take payments for your vendor's invoices (bills).

  • Vendor Direct Deposit

    From the answer: I'll explain how direct deposit works, Bkkprgal.... When you pay your vendor through Direct Deposit, you can send the check 2 to 45 days before the payment date.

  • Enhanced Payroll Renewal & Direct Deposit for Vendors

    From the answer: Hi there, MwilmerFOF.... Yes, you still need to subscribe to payroll since it's a requirement for your vendor's direct deposit.

  • I have an employee that qualifies for SSP but the start date of her sick leave was in last weeks payroll - is there any way to go back and put the correct start date?

    From the answer: Hi there, becca3.... I know a way on how you can go back to your employee's paycheck and enter a correct date for the SSP and I'd be happy to share it with you.

  • Keeping a running customer balance

    From the answer: Hi there, alpha-aviators.... We can record the payment using the deposit or retainer process.... This will allow you to take out the payment from the deposited money once you create the invoices.

  • What does "revert" do?

    From the answer: Hello there, .... I'm here to share some insights about voiding a bill.... When you void a bill, it zeroes the amount of the transaction in QuickBooks but keeps a record of the transaction.

  • Why is it that accounts receivable is not appearing in the balance sheet report (changed from cash to accrual method of accounting)?

    From the answer: I've got your back with this balance sheet concern, .... Changing the accounting method of your Balance Sheet won't affect the appearance of your accounts receivable transactions, as it will both show your income and expenses.

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