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Quick Books Expense For GAS

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Im trying to figure out how to add my gas expense for my company into quickbooks.

steps I've taken are:
Added a Fuel account in chart of accounts but im not sure how to process a transaction from my debit card to my expense section.
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Open a Write check window
Leave the check number blank (or write DM - for debit memo)
enter the date of the transaction
Set up a generic vendor called Gas PUrchases
Add this vendor to the check
Categorize to Fuel  In the memo you can put which gas station.
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