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I was thinking of creating a Vendor Credit when you pay your advances but if you are using ‘Write Checks’ in QuickBooks to record the advances I suggest you write it against Accounts Payable with the Vendor name on the Customer Job column. This will post a Vendor Credit which can be applied to the Bills before creating the final payment.
Resolution for Issue 'Correct way to set up, enter, and pay vendor (sub contractors) advances.' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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