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amount due: Is there a best practice for putting in recurring expenses/bills when you don’t have the exact amount due?

Sure, like this:

I set my Electricity recurring credit card charge as $150. Each month, when I get the actual charge, I update that to the Actual. The $150 acts as a sort of Budget process, to keep me on track with upcoming projected expenditures.

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amount due: My customer has an open invoice with us. Instead of paying us the amount due, they gave us credit towards an order we placed with them. How do I record this transaction?

Look here: http://www.quick-training.com/2013/03/29/recording-barterling-services-in-quickbooks/ It is a Barter.

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amount due: How do I record a deferred bonus in my last fiscal year? Is it reflected as part of Accounts Payable?

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amount due: In “Statements”, how do you move the “Amount Due” field (or the entire page) up about one-sixteenth inch to prevent truncation of the bottom edge of the dollar value?

My problem, however, was that my company logo which I had put in place long ago was still positioned as the top layer. ¬†As soon as I used “Format > Arrange > Send to Back” the field that I needed to adjust responded appropriately.

Resolution for 'amount due issue: 'In “Statements”, how do you move the “Amount Due” field (or the entire page) up about one-sixteenth inch to prevent truncation of the bottom edge of the dollar value?' available: Yes.

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amount due: can I show a levy paid in advance and then deduct from it as charges are incurred?

Create an asset account called pre-paid (levy?) and post your payment to it

When you pay the bill, list the expense account and the amount due, then on the next line list that pre-paid account and enter the amount as a negative number, save the zero amount bill

the bill will paid, […]

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