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multiple jobs per invoice?

We are an rv park and I am trying to figure out which is the best way to set up our customers for invoicing. Some of our tenants have multiple spaces rented. Here are the options I am considering:

1. "Customers" as tenants, "Items" as the spaces we rent --the problem with this method is it is difficult to see what spaces are occupied and which are vacant. But I can invoice 1 customer for multiple spaces.


2. "Customers" as tenants, "Jobs" underneath tenants as the space number. This way I can easily see which tenant is in each space. However how would I invoice 1 customer for multiple jobs? Is that even possible?


3. "Customers" as spaces, "Jobs" underneath spaces as the customer currently in that space. I can easily see which spaces are vacant. But same problem--how do I invoice multiple spaces to each tenant? Creating multiple invoices for one customer seems too time consuming and too much for the customer.


We also would like to ability to pull revenue reports on each space...


Any help on this would be greatly appreciated! 

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QuickBooks Team

multiple jobs per invoice?

Hello there, @laceyw.


Currently, there's no way to have multiple jobs in one invoice. You'll have to create multiple invoices for each job.


As a workaround, once you save the invoice, you can create a copy of it and add the second Job. Here's how:

  1. Open the invoice.
  2. Select Create a copy, then OK.
  3. From the Customer: Job drop-down, change the Job name.
  4. Select Save and close.

For more information, you can read this article: Create an invoice in QuickBooks Desktop


Don't hesitate to hit the Reply button if you have any other concerns. Have a wonderful day!

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