Customer Summary Report - Expenses all zeros

Robert Smits bob at
Fri Jun 21 20:54:01 EDT 2013

On March 21, 2013 08:13:29 am Derek Atkins wrote:
> Hi,
> Wayne Gregori <wg at> writes:
> > I'm new to Gnucash (and general accounting) but I'm getting the hang
> > of it.
> >
> > When I run a Customer Summary I see zeros in the expense column.
> Um, exactly which report are you running?  There is no report called
> "Customer Summary".
> > Where is the system pulling the expense data?  How can I attribute
> > expenses to a given customer?
> You need to create a Vendor Bill for the expense, assign the Customer as
> a chargeback target, and then mark the particular line-items as
> chargebacks.

Derek, why do we have both Vendor "Bills" and Vendor "Invoices"? In my mind 
they seem like the  same thing, but obviously they aren't since we have both 
of them in Gnucash.

> -derek

Bob Smits <bob at> 
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