Please bear with us until then and keep your suggestions posted. Kindly bear with us until then, and do send your suggestions. Kgeorge.barlow, We can understand the problem you face without the ability to modify the end date of a task.

Editing the task's end date has already been taken up in our feature.

Here are some guidelines as to what may be possible from a legal perspective.

Different considerations may apply from accounting and tax perspectives, and those aspects should be taken into account too.

Having the ability to make the "completion date" the same as the "end date" in certain circumstances would provide numerous opportunities for us to be more accurate with our project tracking and, indeed, the information that we provide to our clients.

Is there a method for placing such a suggestion for a future release?

Thank you in advance for your patience and keep your suggestions/queries posted.

Sometimes a group of companies which has reorganised itself will want to backdate some of those changes, perhaps to backdate an intra-group transfer of business so that it coincides with the previous year end.

While it is technically accurate, it is not historically accurate.

Additional confusion comes into play when, on some screens, the begin and end dates show appropriately (July 7th and 9th, respectively), but on others, such as the Gantt chart closed tasks report, it looks like we've missed a deadline.

This type of situation needs to be considered on a case-by-case basis to make sure that the approach of ratification / formalisation actually works.

Backdating the economic effect of a transaction which hasn’t happened yet In other cases it may be clear that the transaction has not happened yet.

Maybe I could not find the proper way to do it, but when entering tasks that took place in the past for an ongoing project, the system automatically assigned the current date when they were marked complete. We have just begun using Projects to manage our organizations projects.