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How to Reimburse an employee in QuickBooks

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Follow these steps to pay the employee now:

  1. Select the Plus sign (+) icon on the Toolbar, then select Cheque or Expense to record a payment to the employee, with attention to these fields:
    • Choose a PayeeB The employee.
    • Bank account or Cash account: Select which account you reimburse the employee from (bank or petty cash).
    • Amount:   Enter the amount owed to your employee. (Break down the amount into different line items if tracking or making billable for multiple customers.)
    • Account: Choose from the drop-down menu the expense account appropriate for the purchase the employee made. (Note: If you don’t have one yet, type a name such as “Employee reimbursement” and press Enter.)
    • Billable: (Optional) Select the box under the Billable column if you wish to offset the expense onto your customers invoice.
    • Customer: (Optional) Select a customer from the drop-down menu if you are looking to track the expense for a specific customer or customers. (Note: The customer and billable fields are not available in QBO Simple Start, but in QuickBooks Online Plus you may turn on the feature. To do so, see How do I turn on Billable Expenses?)
  2. Select Save and Print.

Reimburse an Employee in QuickBooks

You can record the expense as a journal entry, and then pay the employee later after the end of the month or to coincide with the end of a pay period: (reimburse an employee in QuickBooks)

    1. Select the Plus icon (+) on the Toolbar.
    2. Under Other select Journal Entry to enter a transaction showing you owe the employee money.
    3. On the first distribution line, select the account used for tracking Employee reimbursement. If you don’t have one yet:
      1. Select +Add new.
      2. Name the account “Employee reimbursement.”
      3. From the Account Type drop-down, choose Other Current Liabilities.
      4. From the Detail Type drop-down, choose Other Current Liabilities.
      5. Select Save and close.
    4. On the second distribution line, enter:
      • Account: The expense account appropriate for the purchase the employee made.
      • Debits: Amount of purchase.
      • Name: If you want the expense associated with a customer, choose a customer. Otherwise, leave Name empty.
        1. Select Save.

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