Different companies use different methods when reimbursing their employees. Some companies might write a check to the employee for reimbursement, while others might create a Vendor Bill. In addition to creating Vendor Bills for employee reimbursal, some companies even create Vendor Bills made payable to their credit card companies for their monthly credit card bill (though we recommend you use online banking). Now, no matter how you reimburse, ProOnGo has you covered.
We’ve recently updated our reimbursement features so that you can choose how you reimburse each employee. Say you have two employees, Bobby Brown and Sallie Sue. They both incur expenses while on the job, and you need to reimburse them both. Maybe you want to issue a Vendor Bill to Sally Sue and a check to Bobby Brown. No problem! ProOnGo allows you to perform both of those tasks, at the same time even! Take a peek at the following screen:
As you can see, both of these employees have different needs in terms of reimbursement. The cleaning bill that the first employee recorded is now going to appear in QuickBooks as a Vendor Bill made payable to the Cleaning Service company. The second employee just needs to be reimbursed the old fashioned way: via write check for the expenses they incurred. So, a check will be created in QuickBooks made payable to the employee.
Click ‘Reimburse All’ and these expenses are all sent to QuickBooks in one fell swoop.
We know that there are different strokes for different folks; that’s why we at ProOnGo now allow for greater variety in reimburment.