Chapter 5

Managing Accounts Receivable

In this chapter:

•   Recording and depositing customer payments

•   Using e-invoicing

•   Entering and handling cash sales in QuickBooks

•   Working with a cash drawer

•   Banking Accounts Receivable payments

•   Using the Income tracker

•   Using the Accounts Receivable reports

•   Customer statements in QuickBooks

Once you have sent invoices to your customers, you hope money will quickly arrive to pay those invoices. In fact, for most businesses, the most rewarding QuickBooks task is receiving payments from a customer. QuickBooks gives you the tools you need to make sure that you apply payments the way your customer intended so that you both have the same information in your records.

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