No, so far they're still printing like that, not sure why or how to fix it.
Most new clients pay me right on the spot, Im not mailing out an invoice, so its not really that big of a deal for me.....nobody has even noticed but me...... but it sure doesn't look very professional.
@IntuitAustin do you see any other complaints about this <FDIFrozenDate> printing at the top of invoices for new clients?
I know theres a new setting to freeze dates, I cant remember where it is or if I checked it...maybe thats where the issue is happening, Ive got it set to freeze dates but its only applying to new clients and its not working right......If I get a chance I'll fiddle around with it later.
Well, the good news is, once the return gets accepted, the correct date (I DO have it set to freeze the date as of the Efile Accept date) gets shown on the Invoice, its only prior to filing that it shows the FrozenDate coding at the top.
If this is the worst of my problems, Im ok with that.