What you are looking for is memorized transactions. Double click on each item that you want to recur on a regular basis, click on edit, click on memorize, go throught the window setting up frequency etc, save and close.
You can do this with invoices, bills, checks etc.
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Big companies increasingly stretch invoice payment from 30 days to 90 days or longer. This puts small operations in a bind because their employee salaries, vendor payments, and taxes are due whether the customer pays or not. The solution for many businesses is factoring. Sell your accounts receivable at a discount and get immediately paid. You get the cash flow you require to meet current working expenses without incurring debt.
An equity financing program is a government funding in your business enterprise. Unlike banks and investors, the government is much less worrying approximately the returns on their investments, so your business is under much less stress to deliver profits.
You are able to switch to a principal and interest amortizing facility in order to a pursuit-in-advance facility in the finish of the fixed rate of interest term. When the payment type is transformed throughout the fixed rate of interest term, break costs might be incurred.
If you are paying your sales tax by invoice date - the payments will not affect your liablity. ie you owe the whole amount of sales tax as of the date of the invoice. If you are paying sales tax as of the time of payment. You will owe sales tax at the time you receive payment.
Since you are using progress invoicing, the sales tax would be come due at the time of the invoice. If you are just receiving payments, you would receive payments (as you would with any customer, and not invoice until time of completion. You would just need to make sure that your preference for sales tax due date is set to Invoice date, not time of payment.
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Customer should be the owner or member. Then, if you've made the payment "billable" as indicated in your question, you can create an invoice to that customer and use the "Add Time/Cost" function to add the billable expense.