QB Issue Resolution:
You are describing Barter = instead of you getting the gross and paying the commission, they kept the commission as a holdback. That’s because the Agent is your cost and might be subject to 1099 reporting, and your Royalties, etc, will come from your customer on a 1099, in gross.
So you set up and use a Bank type of account for Clearing. You “deposit” that sales receipt to this bank and Write the expense check from there. The Real Deposit is a Transfer from Clearing Bank to Real Checking.
Clearing Bank should always end at 0; that’s how you know you did a Barter correctly.
Resolution for Issue 'How to match a deposit net check with a sales receipt and expense (commission)?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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