Expense vs Check. Woody Adams and I have teamed up to bring you the QBO TOP 40 COUNTDOWN (to #QBConnect)
We’ve compiled a list of 40 features, tips and tricks that will help you work better, faster smarter. Keep in mind, there’s no particular order here we both just added to the list until we hit 40!
Expense vs Check
Use the Check form when it is actually a check that is handwritten or printed. Use Bill form when it needs to be paid later. But for all other purchase transactions that are not a check or a bill, use the Expense form. Works great for cash, credit and debit card expenses.
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