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Old 05-28-2008, 10:56 AM
aonofrey aonofrey is offline
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Adding Finance Charges to Statement

I am beginning to use finance charges for late payments, but I am having difficulty showing the finance charges on the statement. I've looked through what I think is everything, and have found nothing that helps.
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Old 05-28-2008, 05:56 PM
suzannemead suzannemead is offline
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You have to actually "assess" the finance charges yourself for them to show up. You have the option of either [printing a separate invoice for the finance charges or not. Once you have the finance charges set up by going to Edit>Preferences>Finance Charges you will assess them each month by going to Customers>Assess Finance Charges. An invoice will be created for each customer you choose. These customers will have that invoice shown on their statements.
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