Chirag Ahuja on Dec 1, 2014 10:00:00 AM
Once a quote has been accepted and turned into a job, you can raised a deposit invoice before work begins. This can be either as a percentage of quote or a lump sum.
Regular invoicing is key to good cashflow for your business and job management. This is the first video in the invoicing based on quotes series, see also the 'Progress invoices on quoted value' and 'Final invoice based on quote'
Once a quote has been accepted and turned into a job, you can raised a deposit invoice before work begins.
The deposit can be either a percentage of the quoted value or a fixed amount. To create the invoice the quote must first be turned into a job.
For further details, go to the Creating a deposit invoice based on a quote topic in the WorkflowMax help centre.
Invoicing and Financial
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