Learn how to use the software to "record ." These are any expenses incurred by a seller on behalf of its client and later reimbursed by the client. A delivery fee paid to transfer goods from seller to buyer is an example of a reimbursed expense. Reimbursed expenses, like all business transactions, must be recorded in the books of accounts. But now comes the question:
What Is the Best Way to Enter Reimbursed Expenses in QuickBooks?
Open your company file in your accounting software by logging in.
To generate a reimbursable expense for a vendor, go to the billing tab and type in the vendor's name.
Now enter the amount that has been refunded, as well as the appropriate customer job.
Indicate if you want to charge this amount to your client in the billing field.
Keep the default values if you don't wish to specify the price. Please double-check that the expense will be reported but not charged.
Check the box next to the option if you want to charge your customer for the reimbursement.
Save by clicking OK. When you've completed this, you'll have a successful refunded expense in QuickBooks.