User calculated the total amount of all time entries on a fixed project and realized it did not match the total amount of all invoices.
This happens when dealing with two specific scenarios: when there are pennies in a bill rate or when billing a flat-fee on an hourly project. The following are examples of where this can occur within CORE:
- If you bill .25 hours at a rate of $100.25, the total comes out $25.06. When multiplied by 4 to make up a full hour, the total is $100.24.
- If you have 3 time entries billed to a project for $333.33 each and create a net bill for $1000. This doesn't account for the missing penny.