[Account Owner] Requesting One-Time Payments in Bulk

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Batch invoicing is ideal for planners who want to bill AUM fees, new users who are getting set up, or clients who would prefer to manually approve their payments each month, quarter, etc! 

One-time invoices can be created in bulk via an uploaded .CSV file, or by manually entering them from within AdvicePay.

To get started, you'll want to navigate to  Invoices in the sidebar, click the ↓ button (next to Create New), and select Request Multiple One-Time Payments:


Entering Invoices Manually

1. Select Request Payment Manually

Tip: If you are using a Windows computer, you may need to save the file as .txt instead of as a CSV due to how Windows sometimes handles file uploads. You can accomplish this by opening the file, going to File > Save As, and saving after making sure that the file name ends with .txt instead of .csv!

2. Fill out the invoice details. 

Please note that the Client Email must match a client you have already added to your AdvicePay account!

If your Enterprise firm is using Engagements, you'll be required to select one.

Under Publish, select whether you want to publish the invoice without notifying the client with an email or whether you want AdvicePay to send an email. (Tip: This can also be adjusted on the review screen before publishing.)

3. Click Add Payment

4. Add additional invoices by selecting Add Payment Request and repeating steps 2 & 3 above.

5. If needed or required, attach a document for eSignature to an invoice by clicking the blue Add eSign Document link, selecting an existing template, and filling out any empty signee roles:

6. To edit or delete any invoice you've started to set up but haven't yet published, click the Edit or Remove buttons:

7. Click Finish to publish all invoices to your clients' accounts! 🚀


Bulk Uploading Invoices

1. Select Request Payment via .CSV

If your firm is using Engagements, you'll need to assign one Engagement workflow. If desired, you can manually adjust this on a per-invoice level after uploading and before publishing.

2.  Download our ready-to-use payment request CSV template by clicking on the blue link. This template contains the exact fields we need to be able to import invoices into AdvicePay, so you don't need to change or adjust a thing!

3. In the template, enter the client Email (this must match a client already added to your AdvicePay account), invoice Amount, Due Date, Description, and allowed Payment Method (either, ach, or ccd -- with ccd representing credit or debit cards).

4. Save the template, then drag the file into the upload box. We will auto-magically "read" your file to make sure we have all the required info entered correctly. If there's any errors in the template, we'll let you know what needs to be fixed! 

If all looks good, you'll see a success message:

5. Click Review & Send to move to a review screen.

6. Add any additional invoices (if desired) by selecting  Add Payment Request and manually entering the invoice details.

7. If needed or required, attach a document for eSignature to one or more invoices by clicking the blue  Add eSign Document link, selecting an existing template, and filling out any empty signee roles:

8. To edit or delete any invoice you've started to set up but haven't yet published, click the  Edit or Remove buttons:

9. Click  Finish to publish all invoices to your clients' accounts! 🚀

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