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Old 09-18-2017, 04:03 PM
Newbie2 Newbie2 is offline
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Customer with multiple locations

Hello, I have a customer who we do work for at several different locations. However all of the work is always billed to the same billing address. In the past multiple accounts have been set up which makes it very hard to know which account is for what location because only the person who is paying the bill's name shows. Is there any way to merge all these accounts into one and be able to find the location by way of a sub-folder?
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Old 09-18-2017, 07:02 PM
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Our version of QB allows multiple Ship-to's in the customer master address details.

On the other hand, we prefer to maintain separate customers, even though the bills get paid by one company. (We record revenue by region within our G/L.) Sometimes billing in this manner creates issues for the customer. And sometimes issues for us when it comes to applying their payment.

Wait...maybe the multiple ship-to's aren't all that bad!
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Old 09-19-2017, 05:40 AM
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Set up the billing customer, then setup the locations as sub customers, check mark the bill with parent setting on the sub customer

When payments come in, in receive payments select the parent and all sub customer invoices will appear too.
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