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We have clients that we work with that we bill upfront and then track hours against. Im looking for a way in intervals to account for what would be a credit of hours to a client and then a way to track those hours being burned. Any suggestions?Example $1000 credit for 10 hoursUser X works 8 hours = 800Client still has 2 hours available to use.
Yes, Intervals is able to account for these prepayments. They way we recommend doing it is to enter a payment against the project then track the outstanding balance. It will be a credit at first, then work it's way down to zero.Here is a blog post we wrote on tracking retainer agreements Using Intervalshttps://www.myintervals.com/blog/2012/03/28/tracking-web-design-and-development-retainer-agreements-using-intervals/
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