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Creating an Invoicing Hierarchy

Introduction

When invoicing your customers you will generally operate in two modes:
  • Invoice a regional office
  • Invoice the location direct

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Scenario 1 - see Invoicing Scenario 1

Let's take a typical business organisation which has a number of outlets.

  • You are contracted to work at each outlet, and you are required to invoice head office.
  • You are contracted to work at each outlet, and you are to invoice head office for all bar 2 sites, which you are to invoice directly.
  • The charge rate for a typical service is the same rate for all locations.
  • The charge rate for a typical service is the same for all bar 2 sites, where the service charge rates are different for each site.
  • You deliver the same service at all sites, expect at one of the sites you deliver a further service which has its own service charge rate.

Scenario 2 - see SACL worked example

Taking Sydney Mascot Airport as an example of how to structure invoicing.

SACL is the master account, to which you are to deliver various services at all 3 terminals (T1, T2 & T3).You are to forward all charges to SACL and you must itemise all shifts worked on a departures & arrives presinct per terminal.

You will charge different rates based upon the service location and type of service delivered.

 

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See Also

SACL - whole business example

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