How do I add a new Expense Type?

How Do I Add a New Expense Type?

You can add a new Expense Type by following the steps below:
  1. Navigate to Accounting section and click on Reports tab.
  2. Click on Accounting Report button and open the Chart of Accounts.
  3. To add a new account, click the + on the green action bar.
  4. Enter the expense number and name, and select "Expense" in the Account Type drop down.



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