Hubstaff’s Invoices feature can be used for organizations that want to create invoices for their clients and team members for their employer.
By the end of this article you will be able to do the following:
- How to add/ update the invoice fields
- How to set bill rates
- How to create invoices for clients and the employer
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To customize the organization details that show on your invoice you will want to go to your organization settings.
All fields are optional but will also update anything on the General settings page. You can add your organization’s address, logo, tax ID, tax rate, payment terms, and a note. The note, if filled in here will be shown when creating an invoice.
Once you have made all the required changes, click Save.
You can also add your PayPal account so that when you invoice your clients using Hubstaff, they have an option to pay you using Paypal. Learn more about it HERE
Setting bill rates
Before you can set up Automatic Line items you will first want to set up your employees’ bill rates.
You can do so by following these steps:
Go to your Members area on your dashboard and click on the pencil icon under the Payment column in the bill rate column for the employee.
Select whether your employee is going to be hourly or a fixed rate, then select the amount they are going to be paid. Once you’ve added a bill rate or changed it as required, click Save.
Automatic line items
With our invoices, you have the option to manually add the line items or have them auto-populated.
To auto-populate the lines follow the steps below:
On your new invoice, click Generate line items.
Set your date range, project, member, and line item filters as needed.
You can also toggle the settings to include Non-billable time or Expenses.
Creating an invoice for employer
To get started with invoicing the organization, simply click on the Invoices.
Then click New invoice.
On a user account, only the team invoice option is available.
On an owner account, there are 2 options Client tab and Team tab.
Select your client, specify the issue date and due date, then set a custom invoice number or leave it at the default.
Add your own line items or have Hubstaff generate them for you, specify tax or discount percentages, and add any additional information you need.