Do you send regular and fixed payments to your Vendors? If you do so, you should think about setting up recurring payments in your QuickBooks. It is not an absolute must and you can choose to keep on making these payments manually or you can automate the process to save your time and efforts. The process to set up recurring payments for your vendor(s) in QuickBooks is very simple and easy to implement. You can do it manually or you can take help from the Intuit certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors of supportforerror. Connect with the QB Experts if you facing any issue with your QuickBooks or if you need assistance with any feature via their 24×7 QuickBooks Customer Service Phone Number +1-888-551-1563 to get QuickBooks Support Services.

For a step-by-step guide on how to set up recurring payments in QuickBooks, read this article to the very end.

Steps For Creating An Automatic Recurring Payment In QuickBooks

Step 1: Look For An Existing Check, Or Create A New One

In case, you have previously created a check for the said vendor with the total amount that you need to pay, look for the check from any of the following:

From the Register:

  • Open your QuickBooks and go to Banking Select Use Register or press the keys Ctrl and R on your keyboard.
  • If you are using multiple accounts, click on the suitable bank account.
  • Look for the check and double-click on it for memorizing.

From the Check Detail report:

  • Open your QuickBooks and go to Reports tab from the top.
  • Go to Banking > Check Detail.
  • You can also choose to filter all the transactions. Set the Transaction Type to Check. Set Name to All Vendors.
  • Search for the check which you wish to memorize and double-click on it.

From the Vendor Center:

  • Open your QuickBooks and go to Vendors > Vendor Center tab from the top.
  • Head to the Transactions window and select
  • Search for the check which you wish to memorize and double-click on it.

If You Have Not Created A Check Yet

  • Choose Banking and press the keys Ctrl and W to open the Write Check
  • Write the checks as you want them to show.
  • Choose Save & Close.

Step 2: Memorize The Check

  • Go to the check window and press Ctrl and M keys on your keyboard to Memorize.
  • Click on the reminder button.
  • Go to the How Often field and select a frequency for the reminders. You can choose between monthly, weekly, daily, etc.
  • Go to the Next Date field and select a date on which you want to send the next payment on.
  • Head to the Number Remaining field and provide the number of payments you want QuickBooks to enter.
  • Go to the “Days In Advance To Enter” field, choose how many days in advance you want your QuickBooks to remind you of the transaction.
  • You can enter 0 for posting on the day of choice.
  • Click on the OK button for memorizing the transaction.
  • You will be sent to the “Write Checks” window.
  • Unmark Print Later option if your check is auto-pay.
  • You also have the option to change the check number to Autopayment or Epay.
  • Click on Save & Close.

Now, you will get a reminder according to the days that you selected to create the check or print it.

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