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Quick lessonFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Entering client receiptsGoal: Learn four different ways to enter a client receipt in Ajera.In this quick lessonStep 1: Enter a client receipt as payment to a client invoiceStep 2: Enter a client receipt as prepaymentStep 3: Enter a client receipt as a credit memo to an outstandingclient invoiceStep 4: Enter a client receipt as a bank deposit2567A client receipt is payment from a client for work that you have either alreadyperformed or will perform in the future.In Ajera, you can enter a credit receipt in many different ways: as a prepayment(also called a retainer), credit memo, bank deposit, and even a simple receipt.This lesson shows you four common ways to enter a receipt.To learn how to make changes to a client receipt, see the Changing clientreceipts quick lesson.

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 1: Enter a client receipt as payment to a client invoiceLet’s enter a payment to an invoice. Start by entering general information about the receipt, and thenselect the invoices to pay.1. Click Manage Client Receipts.2. Select Client Receipt from the Type field.3. Select to view unpaid client invoices by client or by project.Click thisbutton.Choose a project.ClickSelect.2

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 1: Enter a client receipt as payment to a client invoice (continued)4. Ajera displays a list of unpaid client invoices in the table. Above the table, enter generalinformation about the client receipt.Select thepayment method.(Optional) You can also enter anidentification number, such as acheck number or routing ID, oran ABA number.(Optional) Enter any notesabout your payments here.5. There are two ways to work with the receipt amount: Enter the amount in the Amount field. As you apply the payment,Ajera decreases the remaining amount. Select invoices, activity types, or phases to pay. Ajera calculatesthe amount as you pay.In this quick lesson, you’ve entered the amount in the Amount field.6. You can use the Pay check box to apply payment in three ways: To the entire invoice.Select this checkbox if you wantAjera to distributethe amount to theentire invoice.If the invoice amount is greaterthan the receipt amount, Ajeradistributes the payments to theLabor activity type first, Expensesecond, and Consultant third.The bluecheck box indicatesthat the invoice (specifically, theConsultant activity type here) ispartially paid.3

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 1: Enter a client receipt as payment to a client invoice (continued) To specific activity types. Click the plusthe activity types.sign next to the invoice and apply payment toSelect these checkboxes if you want todistribute payment tospecific activity types. To specific phases. Select the Pay by phase check box, click the pluspayment to the phases.When you selectthis check box,phases appear inthe distributiontable below.sign, and applySelect these checkboxes if you want todistribute payment tospecific phases.7. If the receipt is in balance, click Save.If it is out of balance, you must balance it before you can save the receipt.One way to balance it is to create a prepayment.4

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 2: Enter a client receipt as prepaymentEntering a prepayment is easy. You can do one of the following: Enter a client receipt for the sole purpose of creating a prepayment. Create a prepayment while entering a client receipt.To enter a client receipt solely to create a prepayment:1. Enter general information about the client receipt as you did in steps 1-4 in Step 1: Enter a client receiptas payment to a client invoice.2. Enter an amount for the prepayment in the Amount field.3. Select the Pay check box in the Prepayments area.Because you did not select aproject for the prepayment,the prepayment is availablefor all projects belonging tothe client.If you want to retrict theprepayment to a project,simply select the project.To create a prepayment while entering a client receipt, do one of the following: To apply the remaining amount as a prepayment, select the Pay check box in thePrepayments area, and click Save. To clear a payment in the client receipt and apply that amount as a prepayment:1. Clear the selectedin the client receipt.check box or bluecheck box for the payment2. Select the Pay check box in the Prepayments area, and click Save.Note: To restrict the prepayment to a specific project, select the project in the Prepayments area.5

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 3: Enter a client receipt as a credit memo to an outstanding client invoiceEntering a credit receipt as a credit memo is also easy. You can use a credit memo to reduce or write offan outstanding client invoice.1. Enter general information about the client receipt and apply the amount as you did in steps 1-6 inStep 1: Enter a client receipt as payment to a client invoice, except: In step 2, select Credit Memo from the Type field. In step 6, select the Credit check boxes. For a credit memo, the Reduce project billed amount check box appears.2. Select the Reduce project billed amount check box if you want to decrease the billed amount for the project.If you do not select this check box, Ajera does not change the billed amount for the project or the billedrevenue on your financial statements. Instead, the amount of the credit memo is reflected as a write-offon your financial statements.Credit memos are similar to clientreceipts, except for these exceptions: Credit Memo in the Type field Reduce Project by Billed Amountcheck box Credit check boxes3. When the credit memo is in balance, click Save.The credit memo appears for you to review or print.6

Quick lesson: Entering client receiptsFor more information, see Help Contents Client receipts.Step 4: Enter a client receipt as a bank depositAs you enter client receipts, Ajera adds them to a list.Enter all the receipts that you want to include on a particular deposit. Then, create thedeposit, which appears on your bank register.1. In the Manage Client Receipts window, click the Deposits tab.2. Click the New Deposit button.3. Select the bank account and deposit date for the deposit, and enter an ID or description.4. Review the receipts in the table.To exclude a receipt from the deposit, clear the Deposit check box for that receipt.Any receipts that you exclude can be included in another deposit. As you exclude receipts,Ajera updates the totals in the window.The total of allreceipts includedin this deposit.The total of allreceipts on the list.5. Click Save.SummaryYou now know how to enter a client receipt as a paymentto a client invoice, prepayment to a client or project, creditmemo to an unpaid client invoice, and bank deposit.See the Changing client receipts quick lesson to learnhow to make changes to a client receipt.7

to a client invoice, prepayment to a client or project, credit memo to an unpaid client invoice, and bank deposit. See the Changing client receipts quick lesson to learn how to make changes to a client receipt. Step 4: En

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