# Whats the main benefit of using delayed charges

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Chapter 2 / Exercise 2
Mathematical Excursions
Aufmann
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What’s the main benefit of using delayed charges?
What are some of the benefits of QuickBooks Online’s Online Invoicing?
Which of these would be a suitable situation for recording a new deposit transaction like we’ve just seen?
When would you use an adjusting journal entry?
What defines a transfer like the one we’ve just seen?
Which of the options would represent the best definition of the benefits of customer statements?
You have a client whose business uses accrual-basis invoicing and accounts receivable workflow. They use the Banking screen to enter a deposit for a payment check, which they post manually to an income account. What problem will this cause?
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Chapter 2 / Exercise 2
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You need to add a Delayed Charge for a new client who invoices at the end of the month. Select one way you can do this in the client’s QuickBooks Online company.
One weekend your client gets three separate payment checks from three separate customers for work they’ve invoiced. Why is it preferable to select Undeposited Funds, instead of a bank account, for each individual payment?
When would you use a deposit transaction? Select all the options that are correct.
Your client has asked you to help him determine whether he’s recorded a deposit transaction correctly. What’s the quickest way to see the underlying effect of the deposit on the general ledger?
Your client receives only checks or cash from customers. Your client would like to use QuickBooks Online to start accepting credit card payments using sales receipts. Once QuickBooks Payments is enabled, how