On the Project Dashboard and on the Outstanding Balances Report there are references to uninvoiced. In the screenshot below the uninvoiced line item shows the amount of billable work that has been done, but not yet invoiced. Think of it as a cue that a client may need to get invoiced for work performed. The uninvoiced total is calculated by looking at total billable work and total invoices for the project. It compares aggregate totals only.
In this example:
$18,301.88 worth of work has been done, payment(s) of $14,820.73 have been made, an outstanding invoice exists for $2,373.80 and $1,774.98 worth of work has been done after sending the $2,373.80 invoice. $4,148.78 worth of work has been done that has not been paid for.
The unvinvoiced information can be used a few ways:
- It tells you that you may need to invoice your client again before their balance gets too large
- It tells you that you may want to stop work if it gets too large until the outstanding invoice is paid
- Generate invoices – you can go to the outstanding balance report and click on the uninvoiced column to see who we needs to get invoiced