Hey guys, love your service at Bullet. Quick question, I can’t find the answer on Bullet community: I am in the middle of a project, which has three milestones, with payment for each. I have delivered milestone 1 and been paid for it. Milestone 2’s date has passed and I want to send a reminder for payment. Would I be best creating an invoice for milestone 1, saying PAID, and send it with an invoice for milestone 2 saying DUE? Or send an invoice for the full amount, with 3 separate line items in the invoice ( one for each milestone), noting M1 has been PAID? Or send an invoice for M1, saying PAID, and send an estimate for M2? What’s the protocol from a legal/Bullet standpoint?
That’s great. Reminders are a feature on our list. It’s awkward right? You’re trying to chase money but keep the client happy.
I’d recommend keeping the invoices separate. Invoices are actually legal documents so keep it simple.
Also sending new invoice for milestone 2 unpaid as opposed sending an invoice with milestone 1 paid and 2 unpaid is confusing.
You just want to get paid for Milestone 2, so bill for milestone 2. Nice and simple.
You can resend the invoice here is how I’d do it. Hope that helps.