Quickbooks Question

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by FLC2000, Mar 21, 2014.

  1. jamaica plain

    jamaica plain LawnSite Member
    Messages: 30

    I enter an invoice in QB after each occurrence. I then send out Statements every two weeks.

    I have each customer set to either email or mail, depending on how they prefer. To help with cash flow, one week I send out the mailed statements, the next the emailed statements. I am still developing a way to deal with non-payment.
  2. TX Easymoney

    TX Easymoney LawnSite Platinum Member
    Messages: 4,109

    Emailed payment reminders is what I mainly use under the main customer tab...click on which ones to send and type a note and send via email.
    You might want to require a credit card on file going foreward...its much easier to just charge their cc. I used to mail out lots of very specific invoices monthly and used invoices with statements...just got tired of chasing money..even <30 day pays were sometimes 40 to 50 days after service was performed...
    Moved to contracts and I don't have that problem
  3. Service.com

    Service.com Sponsor
    Messages: 804

    I usually start with an invoice for the season, and then if they start to roll into the next invoice they get a statement stamped "overdue" with the one that is late bolded. The current ones get invoices, the late ones get statements.
  4. TX Easymoney

    TX Easymoney LawnSite Platinum Member
    Messages: 4,109

    Ditto...big red stamp...buy one from most office supply stores...
    I'll bet staples will ship it
  5. BossPlowMaster

    BossPlowMaster LawnSite Member
    Messages: 122

    I typically bill with invoices and then send a statement at the end of every month. I bill per time that way money is always coming in and I don't have to plan things out as far.
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  6. Service.com

    Service.com Sponsor
    Messages: 804

    Yup, get em to fear the big red "overdue" scrawled across the invoice.

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