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Removing a credit after you have given a credit

Removing a credit after you have given a credit to customer

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You will need to match the credit to an outstanding debt in the transactions...

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First I cannot answer your question specifically (what you have to do in Quickbooks) because my use of Quickbooks is further back in time. On the other hand (I assume) you are trying to do this to suppress income (give credits back to your customers) prior to filing a return. Your "accounting" problem (not quickbooks) is the account you are putting them in....cost of sales?? or elsewhere...refund? Think that through and you have your answer I suspect.

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