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By Burt Steingraeber on 4/13/2013 9:47 AM
This is how to entery Credit card charges and payments into desktop QB versions:

Entering Credit Card charges directly into QuickBooks through the Enter Credit Card Charges window. You can also pay the Credit Card with a check. See below for more detailed information.

Solution Description To enter the Credit Card charges:

From the Banking menu, select Enter Credit Card Charges.

In the Enter Credit Card Charges window, choose a credit card account in the Credit Card drop down box in the top left.

Under Purchased From, choose the vendor used your credit card at.

Under the expenses tab or items tab, fill in the expenses/items that you want to track as a credit card purchase.

Click OK.

Note: This puts the amount you owe the credit card in the credit card account (other current liability) under the Chart of Accounts.

To Pay the Credit Card:

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By Burt Steingraeber on 4/13/2013 9:39 AM
     To change your back up time use the following steps:
  1. Right-click the Intuit Data Protect icon in the system tray and choose Open Intuit Data Protect.
  2. Click Change Backup Time.
  3. Set the time by entering it in the field or using the arrows. Click OK when your preferred backup time is showing.
  4. Backups will now run automatically each day at the time you have selected.

If these steps don't work, give us a call. (414) 350-0024

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