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Last Post 10/16/2008 7:06 PM by  tburfine
Integriclaim Contractor Invoices
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texomafun
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03/14/2007 12:33 PM
    When writing a claim in integriclaim, where do enter a contractors invoice for emergency repair work?  The work was authorized but has not yet been paid for.  Do I write in a line item for the repair and the amount, or is there a place to enter contractor invoices "to be paid" so it addes the amount to your invoice?
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    Janice R. Martin-Toll
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    03/14/2007 6:20 PM

    When I have a contractor's invoice, I usually do a write-in.  There are some items under "Miscellaneous/Temporary, but if you use one of those you will probably have to change the price anyway.  Be sure that overhead and profit on this item shows "No".  If you are including tax on your estimate and it is included in the contractor's invoice, make sure the tax on the contractor's service is not added twice.

    Hope this helps.

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    texomafun
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    03/15/2007 7:06 AM

    Thanks!   I agree . 

    Wanted to make sure that there wasn't some hidden place to enter invoices.

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    RANDY.ADAIR
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    03/15/2007 11:30 PM
    You can scan them into your pics too for documentation purposes.
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    tburfine
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    10/16/2008 7:06 PM
    I usually create a special room called
     
    Emergency Repairs
    and place all of my invoices there. Make sure you dont put O&P or Tax on the line items
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