Expenses report exports to Quickbooks as a Supplier Credit

SatguineSatguine Posts: 4 Expensify Newcomer

I am wondering why my expense report are exporting to Quickbooks as a Supplier Credit instead of a Vendor Bill (the way it's set up in Expensify).
Anyone can help on fixing that? I've browsed all setting but can't manage to find what I'm doing wrong...

Best Answers

  • tylerzolltylerzoll Posts: 538 Expensify Pro
    Accepted Answer

    @Satguine, Are you using QBO or QBD? I'm leaning more toward an issue in QuickBooks if you have Expensify set up to export as a Vendor Bill.

  • RachCHopkinsRachCHopkins Posts: 994 Expensify Success Coach
    Accepted Answer

    Hi @Satguine - the only report I see which has been exported to QuickBooks Online is ID 31217136 with a balance of €20.65.

    This is a reimbursable report, and as per your configurations settings, it should be exporting as a Journal to your Accounts Payable account.

    Generally exporting as Journals directly is not ideal, I would recommended you export reimbursables as a Vendor Bill where you raise a bill against the employee to be paid by the company.

    The strange thing about this report is that both expenses have been added as negative balances. I imagine this would be why it appears to be a credit to your AP account. It's not a good idea to export negative expenses unless you have a credit balance on the same report to offset them against. e.g. a $20 negative 'reimbursable' personal expense offset against a $30 reimbursable work expense which leaves a $10 reimbursable balance to export to QBO.

    Feel free to come back to me if you have any further queries about this.


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