Project with multiple stages

I am working on a project where I can only invoice my customer when I complete each stage. 

How to create a project with different stages. For example a project that consist of three stages: 1- Proof of concept Stage, Detailed Design Stage and Tender Stage. I need to create the project with the total project fee being broken down into three stages and I invoice my customer for stage fee @ the end of each work stage. Can this be created in Quick Books?


Hi Mohamad, 

It's nice to see you here in the Community.

Creating a project with multiple stages is unavailable in QuickBooks Online (QBO). You can try creating a new project for every stage to itemize the total project fee. I also recommend reaching out to your accountant for other alternatives.

Here's an article for additional information about progress invoicing: Set Up And Send Progress Invoices In QuickBooks Online.

Reach out to us if there's anything else you need. I'll be right here to help you.

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