When a recurring bill is updated or deleted, all future bills are automatically changed.
Warning: All bill details are overwritten with an update operation. When you update a bill detail, enter all existing bill and bill line item details.
What is a recurring bill?
A recurring bill is an identical bill created for periodic payments to a vendor. These bills represent amounts owed for goods and services provided by the vendor.
You can create a recurring bill with /Crud/Create/RecurringBill.json. In the bill, add bill line items in a bill to record details of individual goods or services. In addition, you can associate line items to accounts tracking objects, such as item (/Item.json) or chart of accounts (/ChartOfAccounts.json).
Other recurring bill features:
Recurring bill invoice numbers are automatically set as the bill due date in the MM-DD-YYYY format.
Previous bill approvers are assigned to upcoming recurring bills that require approval. You can add bill approvers for the first bill with the Bill.com web app.
You can reduce the total bill amount with a bill credit (with the Bill.com web app) or vendor credit (/VendorCredit.json). Total bill amount, bill credits, vendor credits, and any remaining bill amount paid or recorded is available with /Crud/Read/SentPay.json.
The exchangeRate is a required additional field for creating an invoice as an international vendor (a vendor outside the US). In addition, each invoice line item amount is in the foreign currency. Retrieve the current exchange rate with /GetDynamicExchangeRateQuote.json.
Note: You must set exchangeRate when creating an invoice as an international vendor even if the Bill.com foreign exchange rate changes at the time of invoice payment.
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