Account for expenses that relate to just one individual club member.

Sometimes individual club members will contribute funds to the club to cover a specific expense. The most common example of this is paying for an individual Better Investing membership, where not everyone in the club is a Better Investing member.

If you have expenses that you and your club agree that only one member, or a small group of members (but not the whole club) should bear, then these payments from the individual members should be simply collected and remitted directly to the payee WITHOUT entering them in the club accounting program.