I received two charges from a hotel (a deposit and the actual charges). I imported both charges into my expense report. I need to expense them as one expense. Help says I can combine the charges by using Match (I think) or Combine. I selected the two expenses on the left side of my expense report. But there is no Match button or Combine button. How do I do this?
If I can't do it from the Expense area, how do I send them back to Transactions and try to combine them there?
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Dean is correct. You cannot combine two credit card transactions into one expense because they are two separate transactions. There is no way to combine them, They both need to be added to your expense report and subitted as individual line items.
I am experiencing the same issue. The problem is how to correctly itemize. Because the hotel charged the first $1,000 separately, there is no way to accurately itemize. No matter what, I'll have to account for one of the charges by splitting it on each bill. What is the solution here?
@bafitzgerald Unfortunately what you mention in your post is the only solution. Due to the fact the hotel made two charges for your one stay, you will have split an expense between the two transactions. There isn't much else you can do when your company requires hotel itemizations, but the hotel charges you twice for the same stay. I wish I had a better answer, but this is a somewhat uncommon occurrence.