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mmmouhammad
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Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

 
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AlcaeusF
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Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

I appreciate for getting back to us here in the Community, @mmmouhammad.

 

Let me provide some clarifications about creating invoices in QuickBooks Online.

 

An option to track or inform customers for every payment is unavailable. Right now, you can only choose one term on an invoice and send a reminder before/after due dates only.

 

We currently support progress invoicing for QuickBooks Online. However, you'll need to create multiple invoices for partial payments from an estimate.

 

Please know that I appreciate your input on this feature.  We always make improvements in QuickBooks Online, and this preference might be available in the future.

 

While we're assessing this ability, I suggest you visit our QuickBooks Blog to stay up to date with all the changes.

 

Additionally, I recommend the following resource which contains information related to invoices:

 

Please know that you're always welcome to post any questions you have in this space. Have a great day ahead.

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Adrian_A
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Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

Yes. Your client can pay their invoice partially, mmmouhammad.

 

When receiving their payment, you'll just have to enter how much they paid you on that day. I'll show you how:

 

  1. From the + New button, select Receive Payment.
  2. Select your customer's name.
  3. In the Amount Received field, enter the amount.
  4. Select Save and close.

 

I've also added these articles that talk about receiving payment in QuickBooks:

 

 

I'm just a post-away if there's anything that I can help you with. Stay safe!

mmmouhammad
Level 1

Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

That's good, but actually what I am looking for is to track the date of each payment.

Here is an example of my payment terms:

-10% at purchase

-30% at delivery

-30% after 30 days

-30% after 60 days

So, what I need is to have only one invoice but with several payment dates in which I can now for every payment where overdue happened or not.

mmmouhammad
Level 1

Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

That's good, but what I am actually looking for is to track these payment due dates.

Here is an example of my payment terms to my client:

-10% at purchase

-30% at delivery

-30% after 30 days of delivery

-30% after 60 days of delivery.

So, what I am interested in is to allow the software to inform for every payment whether it is overdue or not.

 

AlcaeusF
Moderator

Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

I appreciate for getting back to us here in the Community, @mmmouhammad.

 

Let me provide some clarifications about creating invoices in QuickBooks Online.

 

An option to track or inform customers for every payment is unavailable. Right now, you can only choose one term on an invoice and send a reminder before/after due dates only.

 

We currently support progress invoicing for QuickBooks Online. However, you'll need to create multiple invoices for partial payments from an estimate.

 

Please know that I appreciate your input on this feature.  We always make improvements in QuickBooks Online, and this preference might be available in the future.

 

While we're assessing this ability, I suggest you visit our QuickBooks Blog to stay up to date with all the changes.

 

Additionally, I recommend the following resource which contains information related to invoices:

 

Please know that you're always welcome to post any questions you have in this space. Have a great day ahead.

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mmmouhammad
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Can I have one invoice that allows my client to pay different installment with different date? If quickbooks online doesn't offer it, could suggest another good software?

Thank you. I appreciate your help.

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