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JeremyL

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Looking for Ideas. I am developing a custom accounting program for an After School Program.

1. This program needs to keep track of fees, payments, and late fees.

Fees have two rates

Regular fee 1 hr –2.00 2nd hour 3.00 3rd hour is 4.00

Special rate fee 1 hr –3.00 2nd hour 3.00 3rd hour is 3.00

Fees change yearly.

Late fees are an extra 1.00 per 15 mins over.

I am thinking of using a drop down menu to select- fees, payments, and late fees

2. I will also need to keep track of previous months balance.

Thank you for your ideas.

Jeremy

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Hi Jeremy,

I'm afraid that's a *very* broad question - to which any adequate answer is going to have to be at least ten pages.

The forum is going to be able to digest your question a lot better if you break it down into bite-size chunks.

I suggest you start mapping your solution out, and ask somewhat more focused questions along the way.

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Short answers:

1. The charge will likely be done in the calculation for the charge, because after you pick one of the 2 rates, regular or special, for the regular you'll still have to calculate the charge by breaking down the hourly sections; 1st, 2nd, 3rd.

Perhaps you also want to show each hour separately; we don't know.

You haven't said exactly what "late" means; late to arrive? If so, that goes into the calculation also; as well as separate, if needed to show.

2. This is, as Ray says, a whole world of its own. We don't know how you've set up the Payments structure, so it's hard to say.

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