As of now, there‚Äôs no way to create an invoice that separates income into different periods. There is a workaround, but it involves an extra step at the end of each month. More specifically, you will create a month-end zero-balance invoice under this customer; this will accrue any uninvoiced services […]

Resolution for 'create an invoice that separates income into different periods issue: 'I am a consultant and bill my clients for hours worked. One of my clients recently asked me to start invoicing him every two weeks rather than twice-monthly. This means that some invoices will cross a month-end boundary and include hours worked for two different months. As I am using accrual-based accounting, I would like the Invoice & Payment to be split so that the proper amount of sales are recorded for the correct months. I have been using the weekly timesheets and when I add the time entries to my Invoice I have been combining all like entries into a single Invoice Line Item. I provide weekly timesheets separately and that detail doesn’t need to be included in the invoice. How do I need to go about creating the Invoice and applying the single Payment so that it is split across the two calendar months? Thanks, Daniel' available: Yes.

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