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Income Forecast , include add-ons

I would like the same income forecast reporting to be present In Reports > Income Forecast as there is when you go to view the Admin Home Module: income forecast.

Problem: Go to Reports > Income Forecast The monthly totals do NOT include add-ons (confirmed by support)

Solution: It IS available in the Admin Home Module "income forecast". It seems with the functionality already there in the module, it would be an easy addition to the report.

Voting on this, would ask WHMCS to also include add-ons into the Income Forecast found in Reports. (or a fancy alternative would be to run the report and have the option to either include or not include add-ons!)


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Income Forecast widget no longer works on the new version of WHMCS even if you have the module files the option no longer shows up in the admin roles. Requesting the next version to have an updated Income Forecast widget like the old v6 WHMCS. The Cumulative Income Forecast is not the same thing. Having the Month, Quarterly, Semi-Annually and Annually totals all added up to make an Est Annual income in a nice compact widget on the admin home page was great for accounting.
The fact that the income forecast does not include addons or billable items means it is technically broken, as that is not a valid or usable income forecast.

So really this is a bug not a feature request.
I would agree with Russ's statement. Unless the report is renamed, this Income Forecast is incomplete/incorrect. As a web firm, we offer many add-ons to our hosting product catalog (business email, license resell, increase storage etc...) so this income forecast is way off. Options to click an option box to include/exclude add-ons, billable items etc.. would be great.
Totally agree. At this moment the report is inaccurate on forecasting income.
I'd like this. I have some management addons for products that I include in server revenue, but now I need to manually include those in my calculations.