How Are Fees Presented In The Proposal?
By default fees are presented as an individual breakdown in your clients proposal.
We have found that clients respond well to this breakdown as they know exactly what they are getting and it helps communicate the full value of what we are delivering.
In certain situations or with certain clients you may prefer to show a total fee as opposed to a breakdown.
This is how you can control the way you display fees in your proposals.
Setting The Default
From your pricing settings, you can choose a default fee display setting which affects all proposals. You can still override whatever you choose here when creating a proposal if need be (see Creating A Proposal below).
1. Go to Configure > Pricing Tool Set-Up
2. Specify totals only or a full breakdown
Scroll down a little to select your default fee display preference in your proposals.
3. Save your settings
Overriding When Creating A Proposal
You can override these settings when creating a proposal on the calculation interface. Just change the billing cycle between 'totals only' and 'full breakdown' to do this.
Showing Fees At A Section Level
In some instances, you might want to show a breakdown of fees for certain sections in your proposal and totals for other sections. For example if you want to show a total fee for all payroll services but a breakdown for the bookkeeping.
To do this, you need to enable the sub totals per section feature. Learn more about this here.
Other pricing settings in GoProposal
Display fees in your proposal as section totals