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Tips for Working in QuickBooks Online Bank Feed: Managing Bank Rules

Valerie Heckman, Intuit, reviews her favorite tips for working with bank and credit card feeds in QuickBooks® Online. This article is part two in the series… 

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Tips for Working in QuickBooks Online Bank Feed: Connections

To start, here are five tips for forming connections and keeping your bank feeds organized and populated with the latest transactions to review. In future articles, I’ll share my advice for creating bank rules and making the most out of adding or matching transactions…

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QuickBooks Online | Connect Bank Accounts & Credit Cards by Certified ProAdvisor

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Video: FIRST LOOK at NEW Reconciliation Screen | QuickBooks Online 2017

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Quickbooks Online – How to ADD BANK TRANSACTIONS | 2017

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How Do I Enter a Vendor Credit in QBO?

In QuickBooks Online (QBO), you enter a vendor credit to record returns to vendors or refunds from vendors. 

If a vendor issues a credit document, you enter a vendor credit and then apply it when you pay the vendor’s bill. If a vendor issues a refund check to you, you still enter a vendor credit, but you also enter a deposit and then link the deposit to the refund check.

Click the Create Plus (+) menu and, then choose Vendor Credit under Vendor heading.

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How Do I Enter a Vendor Credit in QBO?

In QuickBooks Online (QBO), you enter a vendor credit to record returns to vendors or refunds from vendors. 

If a vendor issues a credit document, you enter a vendor credit and then apply it when you pay the vendor’s bill. If a vendor issues a refund check to you, you still enter a vendor credit, but you also enter a deposit and then link the deposit to the refund check.

Click the Create Plus (+) menu and, then choose Vendor Credit under Vendor heading.

Vendor Credits and Refunds in QuickBooks Online

Vendor Credits and Refunds seem to stump end users. I’ve often found clients who created income accounts for credits and refunds. This has led me to believe there could be a short circuit in their understanding of the bookkeeping associated with vendor credits and refunds.

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