A place for new bills...

r3al1tych3ck r3al1tych3ck at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 09:44:22 EDT 2006

Dope.  That's what happens when I look at this from a consumer
perspective!  Reading on down the guide...  This should be easy enough.

Thanks for the prod.

On Fri, 2006-10-06 at 09:04 +0100, Maf. King wrote:
> On Friday 06 October 2006 01:49, r3al1tych3ck wrote:
> > I was wondering about entering bills as I received them.  Would a good
> > way to do this be something like setting up an "Unpaid Bills" liability
> > account?
> >
> Hi,
> This feature exists in gnucash, under the slightly scary-sounding "Business" 
> menu.
> Virtually all the bills for my business are entered into an Accounts Payable 
> (A/P) liability account, against the appropriate expense account.  At some 
> stage in the future, there is a payment from checking -> A/P.
> Works well, and will also remind you of bills due upon startup.
> The only thing you can't do is set up a scheduled transaction for regular 
> bills. :-(
> Look in the concepts guide, and see if it might work for you.
> HTH,
> Maf.

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