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company taxed: Allocating Multiple Partner Salaries and Reimbursements

Guaranteed Payments to a partner have to be spelled out in the partnership agreement. Then when you write the check for the guaranteed payment you use the guaranteed payment expense account you create in the chart of accounts. A audit, without that specification in the partnership agreement will cause that […]

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company taxed: How do I submit receipts for business start-up purchases made with personal finances?

assuming you are a sole trader there, you should have owner equity accounts

create a cash type bank account, and pay those expenses from it, the balance will go negative

then make a deposit to the cash type bank account in the total amount the cash bank is negative and use the […]

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company taxed: How do I make a note that an open vehicle loan as paid in full using outside funds and remove the balance from Quickbooks without removing the vendor or the loan?

I know the proper way would have been to deposit the funds and pay it off through the company. So, after the fact…how can I mark the loan as paid in full without deducting funds from a company source? The vehicle will remain a company asset.

You explained it, deposit the […]

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company taxed: As a Sole-Proprietor Federal and state income tax payments are not an expense, so what account do I attach to these payments ?

as a sole proprietor your tax payments are an equity draw if paid from the business funds

For a company taxed as a sole proprietor (schedule C) or partnership (form 1065), I recommend you have the following for owner/partner equity accounts  (one set for each partner if a partnership)

[name] Equity (do […]

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company taxed: For Cash withdrawals which category to use if I am self employed?

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company taxed: How are owner investment/drawings transactions categorized?

For a company taxed as a sole proprietor or partnership, I recommend you have the following for owner/partner equity accounts  (one set for each partner if a partnership)

[name] Equity (do not post to this account it is a summing account)
>> Equity
>> Equity Drawing – you record value you take from […]

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company taxed: How should I enter an owners monetary contribution?

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company taxed: When entering deposits, QB asks if funds are received from Vendor, Customer or Employee. How do you add “Partner” or “Owner” if the funds are a capital contribution

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company taxed: how to record fixed assets purchased in quickbook-USA? AND also how to record capital Brought in or Withdrawn?

First the article, like many by intuit, has some errors in it.

In QBO or QBDT the process is

create in the chart of accounts a fixed asset type account named for the asset, then create two fixed asset type accounts as a sub accounts named cost-[name] and accumulated depreciation-[name]

You post the […]

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