Customer Deposits and Invoices - QuickBooks Online

By Amelia Dwyer | Updated


Revel Invoices are not integrated with QBO at this time. When an invoice is created in Revel, it should be managed in Revel. 

To understand Invoices and Deposits in Revel, please see;

If a deposit is made on an Invoice in Revel, that deposit will come to QBO in the Sales Summary Invoice for that day as a line item Customer Deposit. The Customer Deposit line item is linked with the Liability Account. Until the invoice becomes an order and payment is completed, this deposit is a liability. 

All monies received in Revel will go to the bank account on the day it was received.  

Prior to taking that final payment, the invoice should be made into an order in Revel. The Initial deposit amount will push to QBO as Applied Customer Deposit line item and is linked with the Liability Account. The Applied Customer Deposit is a negative amount and will take the Liability Account back to $0 as it deducts the initial customer deposit amount.
Revel also sends the total amount of the order to QBO as part of the Taxable/NonTaxable Sales in the Sales Summary Invoice for that day. The total amount of the order once it is a sale will be attached to the Income Account in QBO.
Once the Revel invoice has become an order and the transaction is complete;
- The Income Account will reflect the total amount of the Order from Revel. 
- The Liability Account will equal out to be zero.
- The total order amount will be included in the Sales Summary Invoice for the day the order was closed and finalized. 
- All payments will have gone to the bank account on the day they were taken. 

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