In this QuickBooks Online tutorial you’ll learn how to record a customer invoice along with:
– Understand what information I should record on an invoice
– Send an invoice and see what my customer will receive and view
– See where and how invoices impact reports
In this video we walk you through the process of adding in the invoices and matching the payments already reconciled in a bank account.
Need to add a billable expenses to an invoice that already exists?
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how to set-up and use Customer Discounts, as well as adding Subtotals to invoices.
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.
New! “Failed e-invoice” notifications keep payments from falling through the cracks
New and improved! Redesigned invoicing in QuickBooks Self-Employed lets you bill your way
Let users access everything but Payroll
Improved! Faster invoice actions
New! Create reports for bill and invoice payments
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.