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How To Enter Credit Card Charges In QuickBooks Pro

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    Helen

    After the credit card bank feeds are all entered, how are credit card redemption points entered as credit card payments in quickbooks-pro? The credit card is paid in full via EFT each month, but when “points” are redeemed, I cannot get them entered correctly to reconcile the credit card. Thanks.

      Jessica Dinsmore

      Hi Helen,

      Thanks for your question! The answer is a bit tricky, however. It doesn’t appear that there is any sort of set feature that allows you to easily track credit card reward points that are redeemed. It seems that most QuickBooks users simply set up a new income account (Other Income: Credit Card Rewards, for example) to track rewards received, and then apply a credit for the amount of the rewards to the credit card account that was paid. I hope that helps!

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