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How to record a sale so it shows up in profit/loss statements.
I just upgraded from Quicken 2016 to subscription hoping the business features were better (they're not) and am having an issue recording sales so they show up in my profit/loss statement. I get payouts every couple of weeks, but still want to record each sale. I set up an accounts receivable to record individual sales, then that money is transferred into my bank account when I get a payout. But, even though the transactions in my accounts receivable is marked as income, they aren't showing up in my profit/loss statements. If I enter the same transaction directly into my bank account, it works fine. So, should I instead use a dummy bank account to record my sales so they'll show up in the reports? That seems silly when this is pretty much the purpose of accounts receivable.
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