How do I put a change order on an invoice?

Invoicing for change orders is critical to your bottom line, and CoConstruct makes it easy to fold your change order invoicing into your other invoicing.

You can invoice a change order (or a set of change orders) directly by themselves or add them to the next scheduled progress invoice.

Adding change orders to regular progress invoicing

On any draft invoice, you will be prompted if there are unpaid change orders that are not on a prior invoice and haven't been pushed to QuickBooks as a QuickBooks invoice.


Click to add them directly to the draft invoice, issuing them alongside your other invoice lines.

Creating a new invoice for change orders or variations

To create a new invoice specifically for your change orders:

  1. From the project's Invoices page, select "+New" then choose  "Invoice from Change Orders" to get started.
  2. All fully approved change orders that haven't already been invoiced or synced to QuickBooks will be listed. Select the change order or group that you want to include on the invoice.
  3. Each change order will be summarized as a single line item on the invoice. Tax amounts from the original change order (if any) will be stripped out of the line item and included at the bottom of the invoice.
  4. The invoice will include a clickable link to the approved change order, and the change order will include a link to the invoice.
  5. Invoice Change Order




Invoicing from change orders is available on all fixed price projects in CoConstruct. For open book arrangements, billing for change orders will most commonly be accomplished from invoicing from the budget actuals alongside the rest of the project. 

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