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  • Add a private memo to an invoice

    From the answer: Thanks for reaching out to us here in the Community, .... Yes, you're correct with adding notes on each customer.

  • Orange exclamation point over payroll status

    From the answer: Thank you for adding a post here in the Community, .... You'll see an orange exclamation mark on the payroll status when there's an alert in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).

  • Adjusting off AP paid by credit card

    From the answer: YES - code the offsetting CM / bill to the same account that was used on the error entries.... Then 'pay bills' and apply the new CM to the old bill

  • Child Support paid by owner through third party payroll

    From the answer: Hi there,  Rose H .   Thanks for joining the Community.... I'm here to address your concern with recording a child support in QuickBooks.

  • checkbook register

    From the answer: Hi Farm1,    Every time you create a bill invoiced by your vendor, the affecting account is Accounts Payable.

  • billable time entries on invoices or statements

    From the answer: Delighted to have you here, .... I want to share some resources on how to include billable time in creating an invoice.

  • Need labor costs to be included in job profitability reports

    From the answer: Greetings, .... I'd like to provide some resources on how you can charge your customer for the actual time and costs for a job and include this in your jobs' profitability report.

  • How do I issue a credit memo for an old 2017 overpayment on an invoice?

    From the answer: Hi there, ,   Let me share some information with you about creating a credit memo.... You can create and send a statement for the credit if the overpayment is still showing on the customer's balance.

  • Beginning Balance

    From the answer: That happens to me when I import my banking and some of it was already there for some reason it doesn't read it correctly or I inadvertently deleted something from the account.

  • A bank reconciliation not done since 2011

    From the answer: You certainly can do a single reconciliation as of 12/31/17.... I did a single 6 or 7 year recon for a client last year.

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