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Entering credit card transactions isn t very different from entering checking account or savings account transactions. Here are a few examples, all of which are illustrated in Figure 5-2.
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Figure 5-2 This example shows some typical transactions in a credit card register.
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Entering Individual Charges Open the account register for the credit card
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account. Then enter the charge transaction, using the name of the merchant that accepted the charge as the payee name. If you don t want to include a transaction number or receipt number, you can leave the Ref box empty.
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Entering Credits Enter the transaction just as if it were a charge, but put the
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amount of the credit in the Payment box. This subtracts it from your account balance.
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Entering Finance Charges In the credit card account register, enter the name
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of the credit card company as the payee and the amount of the finance charge as a charge. You can use the Interest Exp category for the transaction.
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Entering Payments In the account register for your checking account or in the Write Checks window, enter a payment transaction with the credit card company name in the Payee box. Enter the credit card account name in the Category text box; you should find it as a transfer account in the Category dropdown list that appears when you activate the field. The checking account register transaction should look like the one shown next. Figure 5-2 shows what this transaction looks like in the credit card account register.
Quicken 2009 The Official Guide
Recording Credit Card Rebates Some credit card companies offer rebates for purchases. How you record a rebate depends on how the rebate is received:
To record a rebate received as a check, deposit the check as usual and enter the amount of the rebate as a deposit in that account. To record a rebate received as a reduction in the credit card account balance, enter the amount of the rebate in the credit card account as a payment. (Just remember that a rebate is not a payment that counts toward your monthly obligation to the credit card company.)
What you use as a category for this transaction is completely up to you. You may want to use the Interest Exp account, thus recording the rebate as a reduction in your interest expense. Or, perhaps, if the rebate applies to a certain purchase only, you d use the category you originally used for that purchase. For example, I have a credit card that gives me a 5 percent rebate on fuel purchases. I record the rebate using the Fuel category I created to track fuel expenses. If you have a lot of credit cards that offer rebates, you may want to create a Rebate income account and use that as the category for all rebate transactions. These are just suggestions. There is no right or wrong way to do it.
Entering Cash Transactions
Although Quicken enables you to keep track of cash transactions through the use of a cash account, not everyone does this. The reason: Most people make many small cash transactions every day. Is it worth tracking every penny you spend That s something you need to decide. Personally, I don t track all cash transactions. I track only expenditures that are large or tax-deductible. You may want to do the same. If so, you still need to set up a cash account, but you don t need to record every transaction. That s what I do; Figure 5-3 shows an example.
Cash Receipts Cash receipts may come from using your ATM card, cashing a
check, or getting cash from some other source. If the cash comes from one of your other accounts through an ATM or check transaction, when you record that transaction, use your cash account as the transfer in the Category field. That increases your cash balance. Here s what the transaction might look like in your checking account:
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Figure 5-3 Here are a few typical transactions in a cash account.
Important Cash Expenditures In your cash account, record large, tax-
deductible, or other important cash expenditures like any other transaction. Be sure to assign the correct category.
Other Cash Expenditures Throughout the week, you may spend 50 for a
newspaper, $3 for a cup of coffee, and about $12 for lunch at your favorite hamburger joint. Recording transactions like these can be tedious, so don t bother if you don t want to. Instead, at the end of the week, compare your cash on hand to the balance in your cash account register. Then, enter a transaction to record the difference as an expenditure. You can use the Misc category and enter anything you like in the Payee field.
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