I need to split the amount between cost of goods and shipping expense

If you are buying inventory items and have QBO plus, inbound shipping, taxes, duties are all part of item cost – per the IRS, and are not posted separately.

If I enter the charged amount as a straight credit […]

Resolution for 'Best way to connect credit card charges to bills issue: 'I have a vendor who charges my credit card when I place an order for the total amount. Say I see a charge show up on my card for $1360. Then they partially ship over extended an period and each time this is accompanied with a bill for those items shipped. I could just enter the one charge for that vendor and be done with it but I need to split the amount between cost of goods and shipping expense and don’t know those amounts until weeks later the bills start coming in with the goods. I also need to keep track so I know all I paid for is received. If I enter the charged amount as a straight credit card charge. Can I later assign or pay several bills to/with that charge as they come in? I can wait for the first bill, enter say a $550 bill, apply the $1360 payment to it and leave the rest as a credit to apply to consequent bills but this means I have to wait for the first bill before I can enter the charge which could be a month after the charge happens. Thanks' available: Yes.

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