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Create an invoice and enter the required information. Make sure the payment options that you want your customer to you to use are enabled in the Online Payment section in the bottom left of the invoice. Review the invoice in the preview area. Click Send.
From the QuickBooks Home page or the Customers menu, select Receive Payment. In the Received From drop-down, select the customer's name. Enter the Amount received. Make sure the date is correct, then choose the Payment method. Select the invoice or invoices you'd like to pay.
Click on Quick create > Select Invoice. Pick an already added customer or add a new one. Now enter the whole invoice with the product or services and the price that you are selling. Make sure that the Online Payment option is On then click Save and Send. Select payment methods. Click Send and Close to email your invoice.
From Edit, select Preferences. Select Payments and Company Preferences. In the ONLINE PAYMENTS section, select how you want your customers to pay you online. Then select OK. Select Apply to existing customers.
To link a deposit to an invoice, log in to your Quickbooks account and find the deposit by accessing Accounting > Chart of Accounts. From here, select the bank account in which you deposited the customer's payment, followed by clicking View Register or Account History. Next, find the deposit and click Edit.
Select the customer from the Received From column. Select Accounts Receivable from the Account column. Click Save and close. Click the plus (+) icon. Select Receive Payment. Select the customer. Place a check next to the invoice and deposit. Click Save and close.
Log into the QuickBooks file you want to connect your payments account to. Select Settings , then Account and Settings. Select Payment. Select Connect. ... The next page will show any QuickBooks Payments accounts that have the same login as the user who is currently logged in.
Open up the estimate or sales order and click on create invoice. All the items, or selected items will copy into the invoice. Apply the deposit to the invoice. Click on Apply Credits. ... The invoice will now show the total amount invoiced and the deposit applied in the payments field.
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