How does one print a memo line on a check

When you enter a check (create + sign > check), there is a memo section on the bottom left the side of the check (see attachment below). If you have text entered in that memo area, it will print on a check.

check memo line
check memo line

However if you enter a bill (create + sign > bill), even if you’ve entered text entered in that memo area, it will not print on the check when select pay bills (create + sign > pay bills).

If you need to print a fixed memo line like the account number or a specific memo line message on a check print, you can select “account number” field on vendor information page (see attachment below). That way it will print the same memo line on specific vendor checks all the time.

vendor info acct no
vendor info acct no
check print with memo
check print with memo

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How to print sales tax check in new QuickBooks Online?

From the blue navigation bar on the left > select Sales Tax tab > select “Record Tax Payment” blue button > New “Record Sales Tax Payment” screen will open > “Print a check” checkbox is located right below Notes field > select Checkbox > select “Record Payment and Print Check” blue button

Now, sales tax check in queue to be printed

From the Create (+) sign > select Print Checks

Follow other selections to preview and print check

QuickBooks Online: Where do I find the amount of sales taxes due

Sales Tax Center
Sales Tax Center
print sales tax check
print sales tax check

How to write a check in new QuickBooks Online?

From the home page screen

  • Select Create “+” sign
  • Select “Check” under Vendors
  • Check Form will open
  • Select Payee (vendor/customer/employee)
  • Select Bank account
  • Select Expense date
  • Select Check Number
  • Select Account (from list) under Account Details header
  • Select Description (enter bill reference number if available)
  • Select and enter Amount (split accounts if needed)
  • Save

For entering inventory (or product/service) items, use Item Details.

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Check
Write Check
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