Correcting posted invoices


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DLC

Entered invoice for $40.20. (Bill)
Paid invoice for $40.20. (Billpmt-Check)
Realized that this was the incorrect amount.
Returned to Bill screen.
Ran Vendor Quick Report that showed both transactions were processed.
Changed $40.20 to $40.30 the correct amount on both transactions.
Everything worked except I now have an invoice to pay for .10 on my Pay
Bills screen.
 
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Bob Williams

Entered invoice for $40.20. (Bill)
Paid invoice for $40.20. (Billpmt-Check)
Realized that this was the incorrect amount.
Returned to Bill screen.
Ran Vendor Quick Report that showed both transactions were processed.
Changed $40.20 to $40.30 the correct amount on both transactions.
Everything worked except I now have an invoice to pay for .10 on my Pay
Bills screen.
Which is exactly what you described. You underpaid the bill by 10
cents. What were you expecting?

If you wish to write this off, you need to create a credit for 10
cents and apply it to the invoice on which you owe the 10 cents.

If not, you should pay the supplier at your next opportunity.

Bob Williams
 
T

Tee

DLC said:
Entered invoice for $40.20. (Bill)
Paid invoice for $40.20. (Billpmt-Check)
Realized that this was the incorrect amount.
Returned to Bill screen.
Ran Vendor Quick Report that showed both transactions were processed.
Changed $40.20 to $40.30 the correct amount on both transactions.
Everything worked except I now have an invoice to pay for .10 on my Pay
Bills screen.
You changed the amount of the bill to a higher amount than the check you cut
so its showing you still owe the vendor $.10. Either void the check &
rewrite, write a second check or call your vendor and see if they just want
you to hang onto that amount until the next time they bill you.
 
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Mike Block, C.P.A.

DLC said:
Entered invoice for $40.20. (Bill)
Paid invoice for $40.20. (Billpmt-Check)
Realized that this was the incorrect amount.
Returned to Bill screen.
Ran Vendor Quick Report that showed both transactions were processed.
Changed $40.20 to $40.30 the correct amount on both transactions.
Everything worked except I now have an invoice to pay for .10 on my Pay
Bills screen.
Next time, when you will pay any further amount to this vendor also
pay the unpaid $0.10 by selecting the Bill which has $0.10 due.

Mike Block, C.P.A
Intuit paid me to make QuickBooks better!
http://www.blocktax.com/
http://www.quickbooks-add-ons.com/
 

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