Contribution account: How do we transfer/convert OOP expenses to Owner’s Equity Cash Contribution account?
thanks for writing to us via the community forum. Kindly refer to attached screenshot. This is how we can record an expense incurred made by the business owner’s equity account
This is done via the Expense function which can be located under the ” + ” sign
In summary, the expense amount is […]
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