“currently being charged to Reimbursable Expenses account.”

It’s not, though. It’s your Travel Expense. Look at your tax form. There is no line to report anything as vague as “Reimbursed Expenses.” What you have is the initial Purchase entry as Travel Expense, and the payment to you is part of your […]

Resolution for 'Client Reimbursable Expenses in QBO Essentials issue: 'I’m a new QBO Essentials user with a question on how to invoice for Client reimbursable expenses. My business provides IT project consulting for clients. These projects sometimes require travel on behalf of the client. My client requires me to create an expense report in their expense system and then submit a copy of that expense report along with an invoice for payment. Most expenses are incurred on company credit cards, currently being charged to Reimbursable Expenses account. The billable expense features of QBO Plus don’t seem to be a good match for my requirements. My client doesn’t want to receive an invoice that lists all of the detail items of the expense report already in their system. What is the proper way to invoice in this situation? Can it be done properly in Essentials? Thanks, James' available: Yes.

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