QB Issue Resolution:
The expense transaction always shows as a positive figure on the Profit and Loss report. To make sure the interest paid expenses is posted correctly, let’s review its category. I’ll be glad to help you accomplish this.
- Choose Accounting on the left pane.
- Select Chart of Accounts at the top.
- Locate the Interest Paid account, then double-check the category and detail type.
- In case you need to change it, just click the arrow beside Run report and select Edit.
- Update if needed.
- Click Save and close.
Once done, run the Profit and Loss report once more. Here’s how:
- Go to Reports on the left pane.
- Enter and choose Profit and Loss Detail.
- Set the date range.
- Click Run report.
Here’s an article about customizing a report that may come in handy: How to customize reports.
Also, check out this one to keep track of the vendors you work with: Vendors overview.
Resolution for Issue 'How Can I Match a Transfer to a Split Transaction?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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