Item details tab not showing up to enter Expense for Non-inventory type and Service type items

In order to show Item details tab on Expense form, first, you need a Plus plan. Essentials and Simple Start does not have Item details tab feature. If you have a Plus plan, you will need to check the following two setups: 1) Gear settings for Expenses – Gear at the top right corner > […]

How to add Billable Expenses to an existing already created Invoice

Open an existing invoice. Look for an arrow pointing left at the top right corner (right to BALANCE DUE). Click that arrow You will find the Billable Expense sitting there and click Add. You will notice line item from the existing invoice and added a billable expense line item. Delete line item from an existing […]

What does checking Billable box do in QuickBooks Online

The billable feature is available only in QuickBooks Online with Plus plan. When you select “Billable” Expense checkbox field, you must also select a Customer/Project field each split line that is billable. If you don’t select Customer/Project field, you will get an error message. You can’t the save the transaction. (If you’ve Markup percentage turned […]

Why mark it billable to a customer and select “track returns for customers” box on a bank deposit

This has to do with reflecting accurate direct expenses related to customers on Income by Customer Report. If you are depositing a vendor/supplier refund for an expense that was previously Billed to a customer, select “Track returns for customers” box and choose that same customer on the deposit and mark it Billable. For example, if […]

Owner paid a subcontractor with his own money. How to make sure Vendor shows up on 1099 and still able to write the reimburse check to the Company Owner

First, you will need to create a new dummy bank account. You will also need a due to the owner as a liability type account to use it for later reimbursement. Step#1 Use bank deposit form (create + sign > other > bank deposit) to record contributed amount by the owner to pay a contractor. […]