client specific billing options page-- Every year, it carries forward the Flat Fee Description from the prior year that I had set up in Global Billing Options.

client specific billing options page-- Every year, it carries forward the Flat Fee Description from the prior year that I had set up in Global Billing Options.  Every year.  But, for some unknown reason....the programers have overridden that selection on all our our clients (600), and have substituted their bland vanilla wording.  I have the correct thing set up in Global Billing options as always, but every client I have to delete that form, then open it back up and it correctly uses the Global Billing Setting.  SO, WHY did Intuit, feel the need to change this?


and is there a solution?


@Ashley at Intuit (aka Henry, Jr)

@IntuitRichard

@Matt104

@Charlene_At_Intuit

@The Intuit Boris

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