balance and reports: Why can’t I use two Accounts Receivable accounts in the same check transaction?
It’s just a QB rule, as it can’t handle the case. Each AR and AP transaction is ascribed to one customer or one vendor, which drives their balance and reports. QB can’t handle the reporting if there are two names on an AR or AP transaction, as then it would […]
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