This tutorial focuses on the "View Invoices and Payments" aspect of managing a corporate team as a captain. In this section of corporate team management, you will be able to view miscellaneous charges, generate invoices, pay invoices online, and view paid invoices.
VIEWING INVOICES AND PAYMENTS
As the captain of a corporate team, you can view invoices, as well as, the payment information associated with your corporate team, by going to the “Corporate Teams” tab, clicking on your team link, and then hitting the button marked “View Invoices and Payments”.
On the “View Invoices and Payments” page, the first thing you will see is a list of all of the miscellaneous charges applied to your team. Miscellaneous charges are set forth by the race director, and can consist of either additional fees or discounted fees.
In the “Unpaid Invoices” section, you can hit “Generate Invoice” and review the main details pertaining to that invoice. If you would then like to create an invoice from the information listed there, simply click, once again, on the button for “Generate Invoice”.
Once you hit “Back to Team Payments Page”, the newly generated invoice will appear among your unpaid invoices. At this point, if you have more than one unpaid invoice, you can click “Merge Invoices” to create a single invoice made up of all of your unpaid invoices.
By clicking on “Pay Now”, you can view the details related to a selected invoice, enter in your credit card information, and pay the designated amount.
You will then receive confirmation that your payment was made, and when you hit “Back to Payments”, the newly paid invoice will be listed within your team’s “Payments” section.
In the “Payments” section, you can click on “View Payment” in order to see the details regarding each payment that was made, and by clicking on the “Back to Payments” button, you will return to the “View Invoices and Payments” main page.
By clicking on “Back to Team Page”, you can manage all other aspects of your corporate team. For more information on corporate team management, please refer to “How to Manage Corporate Teams for Captains”.