Within this article
- General evolution
- Evolutions on the Client universe
- Evolutions on the Supplier universe
- Additional evolution
We noticed that there was a confusion between the VAT and Intra-Community VAT fields, and also that it created a double entry in both the Client and Supplier universe. We have therefore decided, depending on the case, to use only one of the two terms.
Thus, if your company is based in a region with an intra-community tax such as VAT for Europe, you will only see the field [Name of the tax] intra-community (i.e. intra-community VAT for Europe). If this is not the case, then you will see up to three [Tax Name] number fields.
Evolutions on the Client universe
Setting the due date for Connect project invoices
Until now, the due date of invoices for Connect projects could be configured at the legal entity level. For better reliability and consistency of information, only your LittleBig contacts will be able to do so now.
As a result, the Settlement date and Due date fields are removed from the Billing contact information page in the entity form.
Decommissioning of the Invoicing page at Company level
Over the course of previous updates, we have gradually moved the invoicing settings from the Enterprise level to the Entity level. Now, there are no more invoicing parameters at the company level, so the Invoicing page at this level will be permanently decommissioned. As a Client, you will be able to continue editing these parameters at the entity level as you do now.
Until the page is completely decommissioned, an information message will be displayed.
Evolutions on the Supplier universe
Due date for Connect project invoices
Currently, for a Connect project, LittleBig proceeds to the payment of the Supplier after receiving the payment from the Client (unless the Immediate payment option has been activated).
However, until now, the due date of the Client's invoice and the due date of the Supplier's invoice were the same, which did not take into account the processing time on our part and on the bank's part for the Supplier's payment to be effective.
To remedy this, the due date indicated on the Supplier's invoice will now be equal to the due date of the Client's invoice + 8 days.
Improvement of the Invoicing details page (Freelancers)
In order to align the functionality of the Service companies and Freelancer profiles, we have revised the Invoicing details page for Freelancer accounts.
As a Freelancer, you'll see that the information has been divided into clearly identifiable sections with the introduction of headings, so you'll be able to find your way around more easily, and you can now choose the language in which your invoices are generated.
When you add an attachment to an invoice, it is still possible to copy and paste the information into the resulting PDF. So you can compile everything in the same file, it will not be considered as an image and will still allow you to use the information simply.