Invoice amount against Sales Order?

Discussion in 'Quickbooks' started by sTuDeimus, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. sTuDeimus

    sTuDeimus Guest


    We're currently generating invoices based on T&M items (usually 5-20),
    and not using Sales Orders.

    Our Client PO's (that I'd enter as a Sales Order) typically are a few
    entries long stating higher level tasks to be completed.

    I'd like to be able to enter a 2-liner S.O. with a $ value, and then
    raise an invoice against that S.O. value, still using the more
    comprehensive task breakdown in the invoice.

    How to do this? QBs (Premiere 06/07) seems to insist on the invoice
    entries (rows) matching those on the S.O.

    eg, for this S.O.:
    1) TaskA, 4H @ $100/h = $400.
    2) PurchB, 1x $10000 purchase = $10000.

    I'd like to be able to enter the following Invoice that completely
    finalises the S.O.:
    1) TaskA-1, 1H @ $100/h = $100.
    2) TaskA-2, 3H @ $100/h = $300.
    3) PurchB-1, 2x$1000 purchase = $2000.
    4) PurchB-2, 4x$2000 purchase = $8000.

    Is there not any way to achieve this?

    Thanks for any help.

    sTuDeimus, Jun 19, 2007
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