What is the difference between billable and actual time?
Actual time is the time you entered into Zola (either through a calendar event, in the new time entry screen or by using the time keeper), and billable time is the amount you will charge your client by. Zola calculated the billable time by using the billing increment you entered for your firm, or by the increment you entered for the individual matter
Need help setting a billing increment for a matter individually? This post will show you how to set it.
What Is the Difference Between Actual Time and Billable Time?
The time that you enter into Zola Suite is called actual time. If you are billing using an increment, billable time will be the amount of time you bill your client once it has been rounded up using your increment. For instance, you work on drafting ...
Quick Ways to Capture Time
If you are getting paid for time spent, then it goes without saying, if you aren’t billing for your time, you are leaving money on the table. Zola Suite has several nifty ways to capture your time: Convert a Calendar entry to a Time Entry when ...
Can I Upload Time Entries and Expenses from a Spreadsheet?
You can now easily import a spreadsheet with time entries and expenses through your Zola Suite account without the assistance of Zola’s migration team. Contact us for copies of these import templates. Once you have filled out your Time or Expenses ...
What Is the Difference Between a Task and an Event?
Within each matter, you will find separate sections (or tabs) for both Tasks and Events. To properly utilize all of the features, it’s important that you understand the differences between the two. Simply explained, an Event is a one-time event. This ...
What is the Difference Between “Work Categories/Type” and “Services”?
“Work Categories/Type” and “Services” serve two different purposes within Zola Suite. Work Categories/Types are mainly used for hourly billing, while Services are for a flat fee service. A “Work Category” would be the type of work or task you are ...
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