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How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

We use classes to define commission incurred by each of our members but dont want 50 or more lines on the invoice sent to the customer. Is there a way of hiding the lines and just having the total with description. 

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Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

Hi Rosie,

 

The only other thing which comes to mind would be using a Journal Entry we would suggest speaking with an accountant as for the best way to record this in your QuickBooks Online account. The bundle will work but as Talia has mentioned depending on the entries on this you could see latency.

 

 

 

 

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Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

create a bundle item, you can put line items in the bundle and set it to not print all items

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Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

Great.  I have had a look at bundles. Do you know if there is a limit to the number of items you have assign in the bundle as sometimes we have a lot of classes to add to the bundle?

 

QuickBooks Team

Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

Hi Rosie

 

There are no limitations to the amount of items you can include in a bundle however if you created a bundle with thousands items you may experience latency when attempting to use/select the bundle.

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Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

Thanks Talial, would you have any other suggestions then instead of using bundles.  We receive commission from a supplier for our members using their services and need to account for this with each member (over 500 members) details and the amounts they have spent.  

QuickBooks Team

Re: How do you assign multiple classes on a single customer invoice?.

Hi Rosie,

 

The only other thing which comes to mind would be using a Journal Entry we would suggest speaking with an accountant as for the best way to record this in your QuickBooks Online account. The bundle will work but as Talia has mentioned depending on the entries on this you could see latency.