How to set different pay rates/ bill rates for users assigned on different projects?

Question:

How to set different pay rates/ bill rates for users assigned on different projects?

Answer:

Yes, you can set both pay and bill rates for every member in your organization. It is also possible to have a separate pay and bill rate defined on a project level for each user.

Please follow these steps to learn how to set pay and bill rates.

How to set up pay and bill rates for your team across the entire organization

Step 1

Select the Members option from the main navigation menu.

Step 2

Hover your cursor over the Payment column, against the relevant user, and click the pencil icon.

Step 3

A new page will pop-up, where you can edit the pay rate and billing rate for your team member.

Enter your team member’s hourly rate into the pay rate field. Enter the rate you wish to use for invoicing purposes in the bill rate field. This is the amount you would use to bill clients.

Once done, don’t forget to click Save to confirm your changes.

 

How to set up pay and bill rates for your team on a per project level

The pay rate and bill rate added on the Members page is the default rate of the user if no rates are added on specific projects.
Once a project is given a specific rate that will override the rate added on the Members page.

Step 1

Select the Projects option from the main navigation menu.

Step 2

Click the name of the project on where you want to add/ edit the rates.

Step 3

Hover your cursor over the Pay rate/Bill rate column, against the relevant user, and click the pencil icon.

Step 4

This will reveal a popup window, where you can edit the pay rate and billing rate for your team member.

Enter your team member’s hourly rate into the PAY RATE field. Enter the rate you wish to use for invoicing purposes in the BILL RATE field. This is the amount you would use to bill clients.

Once done, don’t forget to click Save to confirm your changes.

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