Refund - Original Payment was Cash or Check

To record the refund a cash or check payment:

  1. Be sure you are viewing the correct family's Transactions tab and locate the payment you want to refund. (You may need to click View Transaction History.)
  2. Click the R icon on the payment line.
  3. Change the Post Date if necessary and indicate how you plan to refund the money using the Refund Method drop-down list.
  4. Optionally, add a Refund Check # and/or Note.
  5. For a partial refund check the fees to be refunded and edit the Refund Amt field if you not refunding the entire fee. Click Check All Rows if issuing a full refund.
  6. Click Next.
  7. In the Are Fees Still Due? window select Due or Not Due for each fee being refunded.

    Examples:
    Due - A family accidentally pays a fee that is not due for another 3 months. They would like a refund and will pay the fee when it is due; the fee would be marked as due.

    Not Due - A student drops a class for medical reasons and is eligible for a refund. The fee will not be paid at a later date; the fee would be marked as not due.
    Note: If a payment has not been linked to fees (is unapplied) it cannot be marked as still due. An example would be an account overpayment. Because the payment was for more than the total of the fees owing, there will be an unapplied credit on the account. The unapplied credit cannot be marked as due.
  8. Click Submit Refund.

If the fees that had been paid by the refunded payment are still owing at a later date (you marked them Due in the Are Fees Still Due? window):

  • A Refund Overpayment transaction is added to the account and is linked to the original payment.
  • The account balance is increased by the amount refunded.
  • The previously paid fees are now highlighted as being unpaid.

If the fees that had been paid by the refunded payment are not owing at a later date (you marked them Not Due in the Are Fees Still Due? window):

  • A Refund - xxx (where x is the type of fee refunded) transaction is added to the account and is linked to both the original payment and the refunded fee.
  • A Refund Adjustment transaction is added to the account for the refunded amount and is linked to the refund transaction(s). The account balance is unchanged.
  • The previously paid fees remain showing as paid.
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