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How can I merge the 4 transactions for $612.40 into the one receipt for $2,449.60?

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  • Brigid  BelloBrigid Bello Expensify Team Posts: 77 Expensify Team

    Hey @BrandyNSBR_B251, happy to help with this!

    It doesn't sound like merging expenses is going to work for you in this case. The merge expense function allows you to merge two expenses into one— it doesn't add expenses together, but rather combines various components of two expenses into one new expense. While you can merge a cash expense and a credit card expense, two expenses that are imported from a credit card cannot be merged with each other.

    Can you give me a bit more information about what you ultimately need to accomplish by merging these expenses? I'm curious to see if there's a better solution that we can offer you here.

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