Like most, we’ve had to adjust a little here at Rounded, but we’ve been continuing to build the best accounting app we can for sole traders. Recurring invoices update. Last week we deployed a massive update to recurring invoices. This was one of the older parts of the system.
Like most, we’ve had to adjust a little here at Rounded, but we’ve been continuing to build the best accounting app we can for sole traders.
Last week we deployed a massive update to recurring invoices. This was one of the older parts of the system, so we were pretty excited to update the tech under the hood and give you a truckload of new options for scheduling invoices.
You can now set a recurring invoice to create a draft only. This gives you the opportunity to review or add any additional items to the invoice before it hits your client's inbox.
Unbilled time and expenses can now be dynamically inserted into a recurring invoice. This is particularly handy when combined with the option to create a recurring draft invoice.
Recurring invoices can now be set to stop at a certain date or after a specified number of invoices has been sent or created.
Last month Monica and I spoke with Olly about the best ways to learn new skills and how to integrate them into your business to diversify your offering. There's plenty of tips on choosing the best skills to compliment your current business plus a heap of online learning resources to get you started.
We assembled a panel of experts to share their expertise on managing finances during uncertain times. They covered a wide range of topics, from maintaining a positive mindset, superannuation options and where to find day-to-day savings. Our panelists included:
That’s it for now. We’ll catch you again in a month’s time! As always if you’ve got any questions or need a hand please give us shout on live chat inside Rounded.
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