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Default payment type and status for receipts

edited Aug 2, 2010 8:18AM in Daily Tips 4 comments

<p>Companies can set a default payment type and assign a payment status that displays automatically when users create new receipts. For example, a "Company Card" payment type can be the default, and since it is paid, the default status is "non-reimbursable." In addition, companies can associate default status with all payment types. A personal credit card and cash can default to "reimbursable." Navigate to Account > Account > Expenses > Payment types. Create or edit a payment type. To designate it as the default payment type, select the check box for "Default payment type." To associate the payment type with

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