Do you know about the Automatic recurring payments in QuickBooks? Well, we will tell you about the complete process of Create an automatic recurring payment to a vendor. It is a process through which you can enable automated payments for active vendors for online invoices and vendors paid regularly. You can set up an automatic recurring payment to remove the chances of missing an upcoming payment and it helps you in saving your time as well.

This article will provide you the complete process about how to Create an automatic recurring payment (check) to a vendor. In case if you want any kind of support for creating an automatic recurring payment to a vendor then you can contact us at our QuickBooks Support Number +1888-396-0208 toll-free.

How To Create An Automatic Recurring Payment (Check) To A Vendor

Step 1: Find an existing check, or create a new one

If you have an existing check

If you have already a created a check for the vendor that contains the amount you want to pay then you have to find the check from any of the following option:

From the Register:

  • From the Banking section, select Use Register option or you can also press CTRL + R
  • If there are multiple accounts then you have to select an appropriate bank account.
  • Locate and double-click on the check that you want to memorize.

From the Check Detail report:

  • From the Reports menu, go to Banking > Check Detail.
  • You can set the Transaction Type to Check and the Name to All vendors.
  • Locate and double-click on the check that you want to memorize.

From the Vendor Center:

  • Choose Vendors and then open the Vendor Center.
  • Navigate to the Transactions tab and then click on Checks.
  • Locate and double-click on the check that you want to memorize.

If you have not created a check yet

  • Choose Banking and then click on Write Check or you can also press the CTRL + W
  • Provide all the information on the check.
  • Click on Save & Close.

Step 2: Memorize the check

  • Go to the check window and then click on Memorize option or press the CTRL + M
  • Select the reminder option.
  • Under the “How Often” section, select the frequency (monthly, weekly, daily, etc).
  • Under the “Next Date” select, provide the date of the future payment.
  • Under the “Number Remaining” section, provide the payment that you want QuickBooks to enter.
  • Under the “Days In Advance To Enter” section, provide the number of advance days that you want QuickBooks to record the transaction or remind you to enter. Select 0 if you wish to post on your selected day.
  • Click on OK to memorize the transaction. Now, you will be redirected to the Write Checks
  • You can unmark the Print Later check box if the check is auto-pay. Note: If the print later option is marked for the check then it will be shown on the Print Check queue on the day it’s recorded.
  • You can change the check number Autopayment or Epay for aut-pay.
  • Click on Save & Close to save changes.

You will either receive a reminder to create the check or to print it while the next occurrence is due and that basically based on the reminder option you chose.

Reach Us For Support

Hopefully, the article was helpful for you and you are now able to Create an automatic recurring payment (check) to a vendor. However, if you have some queries about the process then you can visit the getsupportnumber.com anytime. In case, if you are not able to Create an automatic recurring payment (check) to a vendor or you are having some queries that are not covered in this article then you can contact us at our toll-free QuickBooks Support Phone Number +1888-396-0208 to get an instant solution for your issues.

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