QB Issue Resolution:
You are describing Barter:
“That worker is also a tenant in the second company. Instead of paying the worker, my client applied his labor toward his rent in the second company. How do I post this in QB?”
Payroll in Company A, with a Net Pay deduction item that is the amount of the rent. Link this to an Other Current Asset account.
Write a check from Company A to Company B and pay out that Asset account amount.
Company B processes Rent Check as usual.
Resolution for Issue 'transactions involving two company files' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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