When you send invoice PDFs to your customers by email, previously the only mailing address shown on the invoice was your company's main business address. This could be confusing for your customers if your "remit to" address for your business is different than your main mailing address, or if each of your offices receives their payments at a different address (which may or may not be the physical address of that office).

With today's release, it is now possible for you to specify the remit to address for each of your offices. To set the remit to address, simply click the 'Edit Office' link on the office page...

And then choose the desired option in the new 'Remit To' section on the right:

Three options are available:

  • Use company address and contact information. This option shows your company's address as the remit to address on all invoices for this office. This is the default option, and this is also what was shown on all invoices before the remit to address feature was made available.
  • Use office address and contact information. This option shows your office's address as the remit to address on all invoices for this office.
  • Use a custom address and contact information. This option lets you enter a custom address, different than the office's physical address, as the remit to address on all invoices for this office. You should choose this option if, for instance, payments for this office are sent to a PO box or a bank-managed lockbox.

You can assign remit to addresses to each of your offices. Not every office needs to have the same remit to; for instance, some offices could use the main company corporate address while others could use their physical address or a custom address.

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