Can I Set a Default Due Date for Invoices?
If you have a standard amount of time that all of your invoices need to be paid by, you can set that up within Zola Suite for all invoices
. This can also be changed on an invoices basis for edge cases. To set up a default due date:
- Due dates for invoices can be set within your Firm Settings under Billing Options.
- Within Billing Options, you will see a box labeled "Enter Due Days"
- If you wish to have all invoices due 30 days from the invoice date, type 30 in the box.
- Be sure to save your changes before exiting your Firm Settings.
How Do I Use Zola Suite's Date Calculator?
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How Can I Schedule Events Based on a Specific Number of Days?
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How Do I Set Up My Initials for Invoices?
If you notice that the 'By' column on invoices is blank, then that means you have not set up your initials. Each user at the firm will want to fill these in to avoid confusion. Go to your My Settings Under User Profile, fill in the initials field ...
How Do I Add/Edit My Default Billing Rate?
Your default rate is going to be the rate you use most commonly for billing. To set up or edit your default billing rate: Go to your 'My Settings' Scroll all the way to the bottom under 'Billing' Click inside of the 'Default Rate' box and fill in or ...
What are Default Payment Terms?
Under Billing Options: Firm Settings > Billing & Accounting Options section, there is a dropdown list for Default Payment Terms. This drop down field provides you with options to change the default terms of payment for all invoices generated. 1%/10 ...
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