29 May 2017
Managing invoices in QuickBooks is as easy as pie. Still, there are many feature intrinsic tasks that users would want to perform with these invoices. Some of these tasks require technical expertise that a normal QB user seldom possesses. One such task is of applying customer deposits and attaching them to an invoice. There are many different ways of doing this within the program. Below, we have provided the easiest way of applying customer deposit to invoices in QuickBooks.
Though as already said there are different ways of applying to invoices but the most convenient way is through sales receipt and liability accounts. Follow the steps given below to apply customer deposits to invoices in QB:
Remember to create both Customer Deposit and Sales Receipt for the same item. This will help you in easily issuing a credit memo for them.
Make sure to verify all the information you have entered for the previously created statements. Once you have done this for a particular item and customer, the customer deposit is applied to the invoice.
Not matching customer deposits to correct invoices can be fatal and can attract hefty penalties. Feel free to contact us for more information about applying customer deposits to invoices in QuickBooks. Give us a call and talk to our Quickbooks proadvisor now at 1800-940-7442.
Disclaimer: QBpro.ca is a reputable QuickBooks® Consulting firm that provides professional support services related to your accounting software. It is also a front-runner in providing 3rd party technical support services for quickbooks.
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