Receive Customer Payments

Receive Customer Payments
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Receive Customer Payments
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Video Tutorial Over Receiving Customer Payments

The method you use to record a customer payment depends on the payment type:

  • Use the Receive Payments form to record a payment you've received for one or more existing invoice.

  • Enter a sales receipt to record full payment at the time of a sale, whether by cash, check, debit card, or credit card.

  • Use a payment item to record a partial payment toward a new invoice.

  • Use the Receive Payments form to record a down payment or overpayment.

When you receive payments from customers, you can either deposit each payment directly into a QuickBooks bank account or you can group payments together to be moved to that account later. You can choose the method you prefer for depositing payments.

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