How to delete an Attachment to an Invoice in QuickBooks Online
This Quickbooks Online Tutorial details how to do progress invoicing in Quickbooks Online. This is a relatively new feature in Quickbooks Online and is fairly simple to do…as long as you follow the right steps.
In this video, learn in detail how to progress invoice from start to finish – how to turn on this feature, how to create an estimate, and your options in progress invoicing the estimate.
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Let users access everything but Payroll
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QuickBooks Online is introducing Progress Invoicing which is still in “beta test” mode as of writing this blog article in February 2018. That means there could still be significant changes until they wrap up the beta test. Progress Invoicing feature allows you to invoicing a client incrementally for the percentage (or fixed dollar amount) that has been completed of the work due or agreed upon the contract. This could be considered a type of partial invoicing or a type of installment invoicing to your clients.[favorite_button]
It’s taken a long time, an eternity or so it seems for some people, but Progress Invoicing has finally arrived to QuickBooks Online. Oh sure, some of you may not have it, just yet, but it’s getting rolled out over the next few weeks
Freelancers and consultants have a time problem. Many are pretty bad at tracking billable hours accurately or automating overhead tasks to save time.[favorite_button]
Invoicing is an area of QBO that doesn’t always get direct attention from accountant users. Knowing the options in QBO, however, can turn you into your client’s hero, as you help them capture the right information, streamline workflow, save time and get paid faster. Here are a few functions you may not know are available.