If your business type is 'Non-Profit', each invoice TYPE is listed as 'Pledge'. This is incorrect for our type of 'Non-Profit' as it is NOT a charity. The TYPE listed should be the FORM NAME shown on the template as that is the type of invoice that is being generated.
I can't change the business type and I shouldn't have to simply to get a correct name listed as type.
Honestly, whoever 'fixed' this name 'pledge' based on a Non-Profit 990 had NO understand on what kinds of Non-Profits there are. I owned an accounting firm for 20 years with over 1K clients and I have filed dozens of 990 which were NOT charities but member based clubs.
This really needs to be corrected so the account transaction listing should show the template FORM NAME under the TYPE column. After all, that is the name of the template which is used to generate invoices that are sent to members.
I really consider this as a 'bug' or, at the very least, a poor decision made by the development team. FYI, I have been involved with application development since the 70's and have personally created programs with over 3M lines of code. So I know this is a fairly simply fix as they can simply go to the code that checks the business type and lists 'Pledge', then replace it with a call to the template form used on the invoice to retrive the FORM TYPE name and use it instead.