If you are a QuickBooks user, what is an Unapplied Cash Bill Payment expense you must be wondering? To answer your question, in QuickBooks, an unapplied cash bill payment expense account is designed to record the cost on a cash basis from a dealer or checks that have been shipped off her/him. These money/checks might have not been accounted for by the seller's bill. This can occur when a bill has been made for a record equilibrium of a Credit card. On the contrary, an unapplied cash payment income account is a kind of record required for revealing the pay in view of money that is gathered and not recorded as deals.