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Invoxy | Time recording as a contractor with Sourced

Login to Invoxy here, using the credentials already supplied in your email

Read about how to use Invoxy here:

First off, welcome to the team!

Your consultant will have mentioned that we use an online timesheet system to keep our invoicing process as smooth as possible.

We've sent you an invitation from Invoxy already so you can log in to see the interface.

The video below gives you an indication of how to record your time but if you have any questions at all please let us know. You can also check out the instructions here.

Please remember:

  • Time needs to be logged against Week 1 through 5 depending on which week of the month it is.
  • At the end of each week, complete your time sheet and hit the Request Approval button on the right. Please ensure you complete this weekly to make the end of month less of a burden.
  • All time for the month must be logged and approved as soon as possible at the end of the month – remember this may fall in the middle of a week.

This is obviously a separate process to any timekeeping system that is needed at your workplace, and it crucial that the time recording between both are identical to prevent any delays in processing.

If you are GST registered: Invoice us using your Invoxy profile

We will invoice your workplace on a monthly basis (first to last day to keep it simple) and we would be grateful for invoices to match these if you are GST registered (please also ensure we have your correct GST details).

If it makes it easier, this invoice can be generated straight from your Invoxy login – under Pay Records, click on your name and PrintScreen the Buyer Created Invoice (BCI) that comes up, then email this to us. 

As outlined in your contract, payments will be made to you as per your schedule. Generally speaking, invoices should run for a full month and will be paid on the 20th of the month - this does vary between engagements so please re-read your schedules if you are not sure. 

We hope this makes sense, but please let us know if there are any concerns.

Happy contracting!