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When I have to bill a client for a one-off, it appears I have two options: I can create a billable item and tell WHMCS when to invoice the client. I can create an invoice directly. Is the only reason to use billable items so that the client can be invoiced at a specific time? Are there are any other advantages? is there any advantage to simply creating an invoice? Are there any general best practices with these two options? Cheers.
Is there any way to setup the default WHMCS Support Module billing due-dates for invoices generated? Currently when selecting "create on next cron run" the invoice is generated with a due date that is one day before the invoice date (ie: invoice created 1/1/2019, due date 12/31/2018). Few sidenotes/related things - this due date before invoice date issue also seems to break the auto-cc processing from happening - would be nice if the billing entry auto-applied the ticket number and link by default
Having this issue, When I "add billable item" and set it to "Add to User's Next Invoice" when it is added their is no tax added. When I "add billable item" and click invoice now the tax is applied... Any suggestions? Thanks in Advance, Mike E. Dot Inc.