Entering sales in AccountRight is easy, and there's lots of information you can record.
Record quotes, orders and invoices
You can track the stage and progress of each sale, from quote to invoice:
A quote records an estimated price you have quoted to a customer. A quote can be changed to an order or an invoice when your customer is ready to buy.
(Not Basics) An order is a sale where no services or goods have been delivered. Orders don’t create transactions unless the customer has paid you a deposit. An order can be changed to an invoice.
An invoice is usually created when you deliver the items or services the customer ordered. Invoices can be open (unpaid), closed (paid) or credit (negative sale). An invoice can’t be changed to a quote or an order.
Choose the right sale layout
To help you record the information you need about each sale, there are several data-entry layouts you can choose from:
Item: If you've set up items and services in your Items List, use this layout to easily select what's being sold.
Service: Use this layout to sell items and services that are not in your Items List.
Professional: This layout is ideal if you want to keep track of the progress of work you're doing for a client. You can record the dates of the work performed.
Miscellaneous: Only use this layout when recording adjustments, such as bad debt write-offs, or sales that will never require a form to be printed or emailed.
Two ways to enter a sale
You can record a sale using the Sales window. This window enables you to record lots of information about the sale, the payment, freight, and tax. Here's an item invoice for the customer Footloose Dance Studio. They purchased a couple of water coolers, so we've prepared an invoice for them. Enter a sale now.