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Customer billing As an association manager, I pay the association's vendor billings. When entering the check I show the "Customer: Job" as the Association and put a check in the "Billable?" box. Should the "Customer:Job" be the Association or each of the customers that will be billed for the expense paid by the Association? Should I be splitting the billing among the customers at this point? What is the correct way to bill the customer for billings paid by the Association? Is there a way to move billings paid to vendor to statement charges on customer billings? Anne

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Hopefully, you already found this answer elsewhere, but just in case you're still wondering:

Customer should be the owner or member. Then, if you've made the payment "billable" as indicated in your question, you can create an invoice to that customer and use the "Add Time/Cost" function to add the billable expense.

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