Version 2.0 - April 2023 major update. See Changelog tab.
Manage your expenses within WHMCS
Expenses Tracker is a great WHMCS plugin to those that want to manage their expenses and control the money flow. With this plugin you can track real-time values by the month, week and day as well by categories and companies. You can then generate, view, and download multiple reports to view your expenses, taxes, and income vs expenses.
The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
Updates and bug fixes.
Initial Public Release
Synchronise your invoices, Contacts and Payments with Xero
Integrate your financial data stored in WHMCS into QuickBooks Online.
Automatically transfer your billing & transaction history to KashFlow
Payment Gateway Fees
Allow your customers to receive or download custom account statements via Account Statement WHMCS module.
suhaib Al-Shammari @suhaib5924
I have used it and everything sounds good
the plugin is functional very well and I advise anyone need it to buy it no doubt
MAPPUS Sébastien @mappus5804
Pay close attention to Brotobytes, he creates fake invoices to get to put some comments in HostAdvice.
Be very careful if you deal with them.
Here are the screen prints of our real bill and the one made from scratch by Brotobytes which was provided to me by HostAdvice :
http://www.zupimages.net/viewer.php?id=18/37/1iiy.jpg (false invoice)
https://zupimages.net/up/18/37/4e46.jpg (HostAdvice email)
https://zupimages.net/up/18/37/tczi.jpg (true invoice Brotobytes)
Pay close attention by their illegal practice and the closure of account without appeal.
I come back to update my comment, because it must warn the public, following my comment, Brotobytes delete my account, no more possibility to connect and when I do lost password I receive the error message as what the email address is unknown.
Second thing, I get a negative review on facebook 1 star out of 5 with no commantaire from Xenophontas who is in the same city as Brontobytes.
I tell you the links of the images that will show you to be careful with this module provider.
It is not at all professional and not born to make procedures not professional.
I totally disappoint you Brotobytes.
I put a negative opinion today because the staff reacts like children, I have a simple problem of accounting due to a payment of VAT that I would not have to pay at the time of the order.
I contact the support and it makes me understand that there is no solution to the problem while he is not even looking for it.
I think he did not understand that the VAT does not belong to them and that it is enough to update his register to recover the amount at the next declaration.
Apart from that the module works very well and I'm glad to have it, but stop reacting like children and professing profession.
Brontobytes Hosting @Brontobytes
Mr. Sébastien requested a refund for valid VAT fee we charge him for a payment he made 6 months ago, because he now has (6 months later than the invoice) a VAT number. Once we explain to him that this is not possible since we already closed our 2017 accounting books and we already paid that VAT to the tax office, he threaten us that he will leave negative reviews here on whmcs marketplace and on our social media pages.Owner@Brontobytes
Edit: As the new owner of Brontobytes, I read the information here. It is unfair for us to receive a 1 star review while Sébastien Mappus himself said that he that the module works very well. Receiving a 1 star review for a working product isn't what we call fair and it damages the reputation of that company and working product.
WHMCS is the one that generates the invoices so we (and the previous owner) are unable to falsify invoices, not that we'd do so either way. If invoices are falsified, we'd have reviews everywhere stating so. Regardless, this has nothing to do with our working module and excellent service.
Edit 2: His review is questionable. Sébastien Mappus has 2 accounts with us in our WHMCS software, still valid today in 2023. We're unsure why he claims that the previous owner deleted his account.