Use Sage Timeslips to track your time and expenses
Bill your clients and prepare statements
Track client outstanding and retainer/trust funds balances
Generate reports based on timekeepers, clients, and the type of work your company does
Get up and running with Sage Timeslips in no time at all!
Make Sage Timeslips work for your business with this great guide! Find out how to set up Timeslips, familiarize yourself with the interface, track the time you spend working, prepare bills, and so much more. Once you’re up and running, integrate with Outlook and an accounting package general ledger, manage databases, and become a powerhouse with special tips from the book.
Get started — find out how to set up Sage Timeslips, establish general and personal settings, and understand how the billing process works
Interface facts — discover the interface by jumping into menus, toolbars, shortcuts, and navigators
Manage money — get the lowdown on entering accounts receivable and client fund transactions, tracking balances, and much more
Billing arrangements — explore the details of billing arrangements, including tips on handling markups and markdowns, using flat fee billing, and more
All about reporting — get the details on the different types of reports, how to control report content, and how to print reports and graphs
Get fancy — take things to the next level by changing settings, hiding features you don’t use, and digging into administrator settings
Open the book and find:
Ways to move around in Sage Timeslips using a variety of navigators
Details of creating slips for time-tracking
How to prepare bills and statements
Customize the appearance of your bill
Tricks to working with layout sections
Tips on using progress-based billing, interim billing, and more
Learn how to link Sage Timeslips with Outlook and a general ledger
Elaine Marmel is president of a technical writing and software training organization. She holds an MBA from Cornell University, and is the author of the highly regarded MICROSOFT PROJECT 2007 BIBLE (Wiley). Elaine has participated in Project software betas over several years and worked closely with the Microsoft product group to provide feedback and insight.