Watch a (3:48) video tutorial on Posting Costume Fees
Post Costume Deposits / Balances via Tools > Costume Management
Prior to posting fees using Tools > Costume Management, ensure that a costume is assigned to a class and has a unit price, list price, and deposit amount entered. If costumes are not yet assigned, create one 'generic' costume to be used as a placeholder for each class. Once costumes are assigned, replace the generic costume with the correct costume information.
|▼ Click here to drop down instructions on creating a generic costume for deposit posting purposes.|
In order to use Tools > Costume Management > Post Deposit/Balance, a costume must be assigned to each class, however, many studios accept costume deposits before picking costumes for each class. Consider the following work-around:
- Go to Tools > Costume Management.
- From the left menu, select Post Deposit / Balance.
- In the Post Class Item Fees window, select either Deposit or Balance.
- In the Order Criteria section, choose Classes, Category, Session, Instructor as applicable.
- In the Transaction Details to Post section, include a Transaction Date, Transaction Type, Transaction Sub-Type (if applicable), and / or Category 1.
- If Sales Tax should be calculated and added, check Calculate and Post Sales. Sales Tax can only be added when posting a balance, however, the sales tax is calculated on the full List Price.
- Click View Class Items.
- Review the listing. Uncheck the Post Fees column check box for any class you want to omit from the posting.
- When satisfied click Post Deposit Fees (if posting deposits) or Post Balance (if posting balances).
- If posting a costume deposit, Jackrabbit will enter the Deposit Amount entered on the Costume Item found on the Class Costume tab.
- If posting a costume balance, Jackrabbit will calculate the List Price minus the Deposit Amount and enter the balance remaining.
Post Costume Deposits / Balances via Transactions > Post Class Transactions
It is also possible to post Costumes Deposits / Balances by class using Transactions > Post Class Transactions. This process is more time-consuming because it is necessary to post fees by each class. See Post Class Transactions (Non-Tuition).