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When you do and select a Customer:Job, you get a popup screen with the option to Print selected time and costs and one invoice item.
If you don’t see Invoice for Time & Expenses in your Customer menu, check your preferences to see if you need to see if you’ve got the option:
If you mean something you actually paid for, open the transactions you booked to your equity account and change the account from an equity account to an expense account.
As I have been updating the QuickBooks POS I realize I will want to be able to work inventory etc but not on the system that is the cash register while we are open.
You could also use multi-store. You’d have a file at each location that exchange data with each other. However, only the HQ store can create or edit inventory items so if you made the non-store location HQ so you could work on inventory, the store wouldn’t be able to create or edit inventory items.
Also, multi-store will be more expensive because each location needs a new user license before you can add less expensive additional users.
You’ve got two choices to fix it:
1. Delete the sales receipt or the invoice payment (along with the invoice) that created the undeposited funds.
2. Delete the deposit you created, edit the item used on the sales receipt or invoice to use an item mapped to an expense account, and then deposit the payment through undeposited funds again.
It’s helpful to understand what’s happening behind the scenes. You can do this by selecting the Journal button in Premier or Enterprise, or using Ctrl Y to bring up the underlying transaction journal.
• A sales receipt debits undeposited funds and credits whatever account the item(s) is mapped to.
• An invoice debits A/R and credits whatever account the item(s) is mapped to.
• An invoice payment debits undeposited funds and credits A/R.
• A deposit debits a bank account and credits undeposits funds.
When you deleted the deposit and replaced it with a deposit that didn’t credit undeposited funds, you caused the undeposited funds balance to increase. By leaving the sales receipt or invoice the same, you also have over-reported whatever account the item was mapped to.
Journal entries aren’t usually a good idea in QuickBooks because most of the reports are based on transactions. But in this case, it would’ve been easier to use a journal entry for this type of reclass (debit revenue, credit expense).
However, you shouldn’t give him a donor acknowledgement listing any amount because the IRS doesn’t allow it (not to mention donated services are not tax deductible). You should simply state what service he provided with no dollar value.
It would take days to manually type them in. Can you tell me how to import those? They are currently in an excel format.
However, you can only import one ship-to address per customer.
After bottling, you can create inventory items for the finished goods (bottles) with a $0 bill or check. On the Items tab, enter the number of bottles produced with a positive amount equal to the WIP. On the Expense tab, enter each of the current asset accounts with a negative amount equal to its balance.