How do I enter fees like banking fees or other related expenses that are matter related?

How do I enter fees like banking fees or other related expenses that are matter related?

You can easily write a check for the expense so the amount is deducted from the appropriate account and reflected in the banking records.

When you write the check, be sure to check off the option to Bill Client so the expense will show in the Unbilled activity for the Matter.
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