Yes, that’s correct. Here’s how you create a Delayed Credit for the company you invoiced:

  1. Go to the + New button, then choose Delayed Credit.
  2. Complete all the necessary fields (including the customer name, date, products/service items, quantities, and amounts).
  3. Press Save and close.

Now that you have the credit created, you need to apply […]

Resolution for 'different customer name on check for payment issue: 'different customer name on check for payment If my client sends an invoice to one company and the check received to pay the invoice is from another company how should I enter that?' available: Yes.

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