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Go to your Bank Feeds page. Put a check mark on the transaction. Go to the Action column. Choose Select Bills to Mark as Paid. Enter the appropriate information. Select Add to QuickBooks.
Launch your QuickBooks and from the support, click on "customer". Choose to open the invoice you want to mark and at the bottom of the window select to apply for credit. The journal entry window will display, you can then apply it to the invoice.
Navigate to your online Square Dashboard. Select an Invoice. Click More > Mark as Paid. Select the payment type. If you processed your client's payment with the Square app or Virtual Terminal, select Square Point of Sale to prevent duplicate reporting. Click Confirm.
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.
Click Banking, then choose Banking. Go to the For Review tab. Look for the deposit, then click to open the transaction. Click Find Match. You can narrow the result by changing the data range. Choose the matching transaction, then click Save.
In the Business menu, select Invoices. Select the Awaiting Payment or Paid tab. Draft or Awaiting Approval invoices can't be marked as sent. Find and open the invoice you want to mark as sent. Select the Sent checkbox.
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Your cash receipts journal should have a chronological record of your cash transactions. Using your sales receipts, record each cash transaction in your cash receipts journal. Do not record the sales tax you collected in the cash receipts journal. You must record this in the sales journal instead.
Hence, a credit entry will increase the balance in Accounts Payable and a debit entry will decrease the balance. A bill or invoice from a supplier of goods or services on credit is often referred to as a vendor invoice. The unpaid invoices are sometimes referred to as open invoices.
Go to Business and select Invoices. On the Draft tab, select the checkbox for each invoice you want to approve. Click Approve.
Hi, no you can't unapprove, you'll need to void and re-enter if you want them as draft. Alternatively, edit and change the date to the future then they won't show on statements up to that date. Merged: How do I send an approved invoice back to drafts?
I like to mark my invoices as paid by finding the invoice, double clicking and opening it, and selecting the receive payment option in the top right hand corner of your open invoice. You can also click the Plus Icon, Select Receive Payment and then select the Invoice you're looking to pay, from the presented list.
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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.
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