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Paying Bills

Receiving merchandise and recording bills that are due solves the problem of getting the information about your purchases into QuickBooks. The next step is to pay for your company's expenditures. You probably have a plan in place for paying bills. Maybe you write checks weekly or twice a month. Whenever you're ready to make payments, you'll find the bill-paying features of QuickBooks easy to master.

Pay Bills

Select Pay Bills from the Vendors menu.

Set the due date for bills you want to view, or click Show All Bills to show all outstanding bills.

Check off all bills you intend to pay.

Verify the payment amount for each bill and change if necessary.

Did You Know?

You don't have to pay 100% of the bill amount. If you change the amount of payment on a bill to less than 100% of the amount due, the bill remains in your payables system with the remaining amount still due.


Verify the bank account upon which checks are drawn.

Indicate the date on which checks are written.

Click one of the pay buttons to complete the bill payment.


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