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Chart of Accounts: In the chart of accounts, were do you allocate Website design and hosting expenses to run an e-commerce business?

create an expense account called internet expense

I make mine a sub account of utilities, but that is just me

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Chart of Accounts: Hi! Good morning, Can anyone help me out here? The owner transfers money from company checking account into company money market account, how do I categorize this in QB? What do I label the chart of account? Just want to make sure I am labeling everything correctly. Thank you in advance!

Answer 1:

I’m here to help record a funds transfer from one account to another in QuickBooks Online.

 

Please make sure both accounts show in your Chart of Accounts to record the transfer. There are four ways to track a bank transfer between two accounts.

 

Here’s the list:

  • Transfer
  • Check
  • Imported Bank Transaction
  • […]

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Chart of Accounts: How to find transactions for a particular account in the chart of accounts looking for all transactions under automobile insurance. How do I pull that up?

QuickBooks Online makes it easy for you to check the transactions associated in a specific account. I’d be glad to show you how it’s done.

You’ll need to open your Chart of Accounts, then view the QuickReport of your Automobile Insurance account. Here are the steps to guide you through:

  1. In […]

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Chart of Accounts: How do I delete a long term liability that I just created by mistake?

Answer 1:

You can make the liability account inactive.

This will hide the account from your chart. Note that an adjustment on your opening balance will be added if an inactive account has balance.

Here are the steps on how to make the long term liability inactive:

 

  1. On the Chart […]

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Chart of Accounts: learning QBO… I’ve entered all my payments in Chart of Accounts as who I paid the bill to and what account the money comes out of and put the company I paid as a Vendor. Should I be listing on every expense/payment I make for all bills a vendor? Walmart, Home Depot, Office Depot, PP fees, etc… as well as miscellaneous office expenses such as Dollar Tree, donations to a ministry, Kroger, a single company we bought

You’re right. You’ll have to record all the expenses or the outstanding bills of a business. This is to make sure you can track the money out transactions correctly.

Expense transaction is paid immediately or that have already been paid. However, bill is the money you owe from the vendors for goods or services that […]

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Chart of Accounts: I have received a PayPal charge back (refund) for an expense that was charged against my Credit card from a supplier. I have entered the original expense, two months ago and that account has been reconciled since. How do I enter the refund in my Quickbooks online (Simple basic version) please?

You can enter a credit card credit transaction and select the expense account you used for the original purchase. Let me guide you through the steps.

  1. Click the Plus (+) icon.
  2. Select Credit card credit.
  3. Fill in the necessary information such as the Payee and credit card.
  4. Under the Category details section, enter the expense account you previously used.
  5. […]

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Chart of Accounts: Hi. I am an accounting/bookkeeping newbie. When I set up my the business in quickbooks a year ago, I added the loan from the owner’s to the owner’s equity accounts instead of making it a Long Term Liability (it is a loan not an investment). How do I fix this? Thank you!

Welcome to QuickBooks Community, hwall.

I’ve got steps on how we can switch this to a long term liability. Please follow the steps below:

  1. From the Accounting tab, select Chart of Accounts.
  2. Locate the account type where you’ve set up incorrectly.
  3. Click the drop-down arrow besides View register.
  4. Select Edit.
  5. In the Account Type, make it to […]

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Chart of Accounts: How can I locate a second version of my bank account? It shows up on my account lists under Reconcile. It is not in my chart of accounts. How do I remove or locate it?

Let’s go to the Chart of Accounts settings to check if account is set to inactive. Let me guide you how.

  1. Click Accounting on the left pane.
  2. Select Chart of Accounts.
  3. Click Settings beside the Print list icon.
  4. Make sure to uncheck the Include inactive option.
  5. Look for the account, […]

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