Billing Q&A: Write Offs

October 2020    Tags: , , ,
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We received a final payment from a client whose matter is closed, but it didn't cover the entire amount due. After discussing the situation with the client, we have decided that we would forgive the amount he didn't pay. How can I reflect this properly within Tabs3?   Read More...


Billing Q&A: Write Off Entire Balance

December 2018    Tags: , ,
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I am attempting to write off a client’s accounts receivable balance. However, when I select the Write Off Entire Balance check box, I get a message that says I need to either bill or delete all work-in-process first. I need to retain the work-in-process for this client, but I’m not ready to bill it. Is there any way around this?   Read More...


Spotlight: Writing Off a Client

August 2018    Tags: ,
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Did you know that you can write off all or a portion of a client's accounts receivable balance? When a write off is performed using the Write Off Client program, a special write off record is created and stored in the client ledger file for audit trail purposes and adjustments are made to receipt allocation records.   Read More...


There are many reasons why you might want or need to credit or refund a client’s account. Likewise, there are many ways to make a credit to a client’s account. While the easiest way may seem to be entering a credit transaction (i.e., entering a negative fee or cost), this may not be the best way to handle the situation.   Read More...


From time to time, you may need to reduce a client’s outstanding balance, but how can this be accomplished?   Read More...