Zero Value Invoices

Learn more about the Zero Value Invoices setting in Nexudus.

If you want to issue invoices with zero value, you need to enable the Zero Value Invoices setting in Nexudus. This setting is disabled in your account by default.

Enabling this setting is necessary in several scenarios:

  • You want to make an invoice free of charge using a 100% discount.
  • You want free plans to show as line items on your invoices for accounting purposes.
  • You want to invoice products with zero value.

You may want to keep this setting disabled if you don't want to allow zero value invoices for accounting purposes. 

The table below details what happens in Nexudus when you enable and disable the setting. 

Zero Value Invoices Enabled  Zero Value Invoices Disabled

 

  • You can raise invoices with zero value.

  • Invoices will include free plans.

  • Products and charges with zero value are included as invoice line items even if the total invoice value is zero.

 

  • You cannot raise invoices with zero value.

  • Invoices will include free plans.

  • Products and charges with zero value are included as invoice line items if the total value of the invoice is over zero.

 

Enabling Zero Value Invoices 

  1. If the side menu is not visible, click .
  2. Click Settings > Billing & Accounting > Contents.
  3. Set the Create Zero Value Invoices toggle to YES

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  4. Click Save Changes.

Your can now raise invoices with zero value. Plans, products, and charges with zero value will be included as line items in any invoice your issue. 

Disabling Zero Value Invoices 

  1. If the side menu is not visible, click .
  2. Click Settings > Billing & Accounting > Contents.
  3. Set the Create Zero Value Invoices toggle to NO

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  4. Click Save Changes.

You won't be able to raise invoices with zero value. Free plans will still be included in any invoice you issue. Products and charges with zero value will be included as line items if the invoice's total value is over zero. 

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