Hello, Is there a way to display my customers country and sales tax number on their invoices?

Is there a way to display my customers country and sales tax number on their invoices?

2 answers

Peter Connor Staff April 9, 2016

Sorry for the delay I just wanted to create some videos for you.
Sure, if you click on Invoice Settings you’ll see your invoice template and you can country there, see here
Here is how you add your sale tax numbers 
Anything to do with branding is in the invoice settings, this is to allow multiple brands etc. Anything to do with the company (static) is in settings.

  1. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Yeah I did that. I mean my clients sales tax number. Not my own
  2. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    Oh. Sure just click add client and you'll see a box for sales tax number.
  3. m.deben April 9, 2016
    I'm really delighted by your great support, but what I mean is explained in the screenshot above
  4. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    So you want the clients tax number to appear in the invoice?
  5. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    Hmm this should appear - let me put it to the tech team and I'll get back to you later today. Tks Pete
  6. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Sorry, got a call. That is what I mean
  7. m.deben April 9, 2016
    I'll be waiting, thanks :)
  8. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    So that's something that needs to appear in Austrian invoices?
  9. m.deben April 9, 2016
  10. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Don't ask
  11. m.deben April 9, 2016
    They are a bit silly over here
  12. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    That's cool. In India you'd have 3 tax numbers all about 20 characters long. Let me get onto the team and see what we can do. The invoice is a complex piece of tech.
    How have you being finding Bullet so far? What do you not like?
  13. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Oh I really like the interface. I evaluated a bunch of accounting software (20+!) back in October and BulletHQ was what stuck in my mind
  14. m.deben April 9, 2016
    The complex tax system in Austria wasn't doable so I didn't use it back then
  15. m.deben April 9, 2016
    now we have our own tax consulting company doing all that so we only need an invoicing platform
  16. m.deben April 9, 2016
    We are planning to use the nice API you
  17. m.deben April 9, 2016
    you've got to automatically create invoices when someone orders an subscription in our application
  18. m.deben April 9, 2016
    the payment integration seals the deal. Now we don't have to integrate that
  19. m.deben April 9, 2016
    The only thing nagging me is that the templates aren't as customizable as we'd like, but that's minor
  20. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    Great that's good, glad it stuck in your mind - it's a busy space.
    More coming on Payment integrations especially for SaaS, and product sales should be live this week.
    Templates are tricky, the invoice was a huge amount of work with a tone of moving parts. We decided to go for large headers as a way to make it very customisable, without actually customising the template.
    We spend time every month on the invoice.
    So with Austria's tax it's so complex you can't use any accounting product for it, or you just can't use Bullet. Did Wave or Xero not work?
  21. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Nothing on the market is complex enough for austria
  22. m.deben April 9, 2016
    There is some software written by austrians but the usability is horrible
  23. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Speaking of payment, shouldn't the payment options be under invoices?
  24. m.deben April 9, 2016
  25. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    That's not typical of Austria. Shoot me the Prime Minister's name and I'll drop them a stern letter.
  26. m.deben April 9, 2016
    : D
  27. Peter Connor April 9, 2016
    Yep, you've to active the enhanced invoice app. Just click "invoice settings", and you'll see payment options on the right.
    Everything to do with invoices is in invoice settings except the legal company stuff.
  28. m.deben April 9, 2016
    Oh there they are, thanks

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