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Post Dated Payments

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Post Dated Payments are easily accepted and planned by Theatre Manager through the Post Dated Tab in the Payment view of the Order Window. The Payments can either be created at the time of sale or during a later payment. All calculations and post dated payments are automatic. However you may customize the payment plan to meet specific payment dates as required by the patron.
  • To delete Post Dated Payments, click here.
  • To run a Cash Flow Report of Post Dated payments, click here.
  • To see the criteria to use on any payment report to only see post dated payments, refer to this link

To create Post Dated payments, you perform the following steps:

  1. Open the Payment window.

    Click here to learn how to access the payment window.

    Click here for a detailed description of this window and it's functions.

  2. Click on the Create Post Dated tab.

  3. Change the total payment amount as required.

  4. Enter the number of payments which will be made.
  5. Once you have entered the number of payments and moved the cursor from the field the schedule of payments will be created.

  6. Enter the first payment date.

    Type the first payment date or click the Calendar button to search the calendar.

  7. Select the frequency of the payments.

    You can now change any of the suggested dates or the suggested amounts to create a customized payment plan. All you have to ensure is that the total of the amounts match the total of the post dated payments.

  8. Select the Payment Method.

  9. Enter either the credit card number and expiry date or the cheque numbers next to the payment dates.
  10. Click the Create Post Dated button to accept the payments.

    The balance on the order becomes zero. The payment window can now be closed.

The payments can now be seen under the Payment tab on the Patron window.

Notice that the Srce is labeled as PD(post-dated) and the deposit number is blank. This shows that they are future payments to be made by the patron.