QuickBooks Vendor Credit

Enter Vendor Credit in QuickBooks

Create a Vendor Credit in QuickBooks

There are instances you might have to Create a Vendor Credit in QuickBooks. Such an occurrence can happen when a vendor owes you, or you might have to return the ordered item that you have purchased from a vendor.

Bill that has been sent to you by the vendor needs to be adjusted. In such scenarios you have been in a position of credit from the vendor. This article will give you the steps in which you can create a vendor credit in this accounting software.

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Creating a Vendor Credit on QuickBooks Desktop

User can follow the below mentioned steps to create Vendor Credit

  • First, you would need to create a bill, to do that follows these steps.
  • Open QuickBooks company page.
  • Go to the Vendors in the main menu and click on it.
  • From the drop-down menu select and click on Enter Bills.
  • Once you enter the billing window
  • Go to the option Credit and click on the option button.
  • This will open the window with Credit written on top of the form.
  • Now go to the Vendor section.
  • Click on the drop-down icon.
  • Select the vendor name who has issued the credit.
  • Next, go to the Date section and click on the date calendar selector.
  • A new pop-up will appear, from there select the date and the month that you have received the credit.
  • In case there is a number associated with the credit then go to the Ref No box and enter that number.
  • Next, go to the Credit Amount field and enter the credit amount in the box.
  • Next, go to the Expenses or the Items section and click on the tabs depending on how the credit will affect these two columns.
  • For example, if the credit is going to affect the Expenses click on the Expense tab.
  • Once you click on the tab the credit amount will automatically appear beside the Expense tab.
  • Underneath it is the Account column.
  • There is a drop-down menu icon, click on it.
  • Select the appropriate expense from the list and click on it.
  • The credit amount will also appear in the Amount column.
  • Next, click on the Save & Close button so that you can use it later

You can also take advice from QuikBooks Payroll Support Number to apply State & federal taxes on the vendor.

Applying a Vendor Credit on QuickBooks Online

  • Open the company page.
  • To create a bill Click on the Plus icon at the right hand corner on the top.
  • From the menu, list click on Bill.
  • A new window will open with Bill written on it.
  • Enter the name for whom you want to create the bill from the drop down menu.
  • Next go to the Account Details section.
  • Click on Account column, and select the item, it will automatically fill the Amount section.
  • Once you select that automatically the Mailing address, Bill date, and Due date will get filled.
  • Next, go to Terms and select the term from the drop-down menu.
  • Next, go to the Bill no. field and enter the number.
  • Next, click on save.
  • Close the window.
  • Next go to Expenses on the left column and click on it.
  • A list of Expense Transactions will appear.
  • You will see the bill with the bill number on that list.
  • Go to the Plus icon on the top
  • From the list click on Vendor Credit.
  • A new window with Vendor Credit written will appear.
  • From the drop-down menu select the vendor.
  • Add the item in under the Account field.
  • The Amount section will get automatically filled with the number.
  • In the Description field, you can enter the note on what the credit is for.
  • Next, go to the Ref no. field and enter the number.
  • Click on Save & Close.

Resolve QB Vendor Credit Recording Error & Problem

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