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Our new expanded Progress Invoices feature allows you to offer an extended payment schedule to customers, including an initial deposit and up to 12 partial payments.
Maintain Consistent Cash Flow
If you bill your customer on a regular basis, money flows into your bank account consistently. This can help manage expenses like purchasing project supplies or hiring additional people as needed.
Reduce Risk for Customers
Progress invoicing can be a good way to secure new work. Incremental invoicing means that customers do not have to come up with the entire project cost upfront.
Learn more about Progress Invoices and as always, thanks for being part of our Seller Community 🙂
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I am an independent contractor Yoga Teacher. For invoicing, one of the studios I teach at needs me to track my own classes (the prices vary each class based on how many participants attend, so the amount due can fluctuate each time I teach). Then, I am to send the business an invoice for the entire month which they pay out in a lump sum.
What I want to do is track these invoices per class all in once spot, and send them out together in an itemized invoice to the studio at one time, on a recurring basis each month. This page seems like the right place to start, but your hyperlink where it says “Learn more about Progress Invoices” doesn’t go anywhere (on both my Safari and Chrome web browsers).
Can someone help with tracking work done throughout the month (where it does NOT send the customer an email each time I enter a new line item), where I can send all itemized work in one invoice, once a month, to the interested party?
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for flagging that @PracticalHealth! And welcome to the Community.
I went ahead and updated the link on this article and here's the link here as well.