This report displays income earned for the period entered, in the Period beginning and ending date fields. The start & end dates are calculated from “posting dates”.
The income figures represent actual income earned (billed) in the period shown. For CCS approved services: Income from attendances is considered to be earned, when the attendances are submitted. The date the attendances are submitted is the posting date for this income.
The income earned is broken down into type of income - Full fees charged to parents and miscellaneous fees.
The figures DO NOT reflect payments received, they are ‘billings’.
GST on miscellaneous fees is not included in this report as GST is not income.
This report shows totals of each payment type within the specific date range, selected by you, on the Payment Reports Selection screen. Payment type examples include: Direct Debit, SmartFees Online, Cheque, Cash, etc.
Again, the payment report runs on “posting date”
This report shows the age of any unpaid amounts sitting on the parent’s balance up to the date selected. Posting date is used to calculate a parent’s balance at the selected date.
Aged debt is broken down into weekly periods. Payments are assigned against debts on an ‘oldest first’ basis to derive the age of the debt relative to the date selected. Only charges and payments on or before the date selected are included in the calculation so you have an accurate ‘point in time’ figure no matter when you run the report.
The Accounting Extract provides a profit and loss summary of the organisations performance over the time period.
This information may then be extracted in a format suitable for direct import into MYOB as General Ledger postings.
Posting date is used to calculate Profit & Loss summary so that later changes to the data (eg an updated CCS calculation) will show in the period they happen even if they relate to an earlier period.
Displays each parent’s miscellaneous charges in detail. Detailed miscellaneous charges can be used to assist in your GL end of period reconciliation. It can also be used if a query arises regarding a particular charge.
Posting date of the Misc Charge, is used to calculate Miscellaneous charges within a date range.
Allows you to print a report of all parent payments within a particular date range. Use this report to look at each payment transaction in detail.
The date range for the report, uses the posting date of any payments displayed.
The Utilisation report is designed to be produced weekly to give an actual snapshot of the business performance and whether your service is being used to its full potential.
It allows you to gather data from submitted attendances, which influences which sessions offered are successful and those which need further analysis.
As it analyses at the submitted session level on a day by day basis and therefore can pick up part weeks, you will see differences in totals compared to other reports that deal in completed weeks unless you choose your periods appropriately.
Note: the utilisation report looks at the session dates, but only includes sessions that have been submitted - it doesnt matter when they were submitted, as long as they are submitted before the report was run.
The Income Report is based on income earned/posted, within the selected dates (usually the first and last day of the month).
You need to include the posting date (submitted date), of the last week of attendances submitted, if you wish that attendance income to be included within the selected date range.
The Utilisation Report is based per calendar day. It’s not usually necessary to reconcile the two since they are intended for different purposes.
However if you do wish to reconcile your income, against your utilisation, you will need to run the utilisation report keeping your week endings in mind, and run your income report keeping your relevant attendance submission dates (posting dates) in mind.
From Date - will be the last Monday of the previous month unless the month conveniently ends on a Sunday, in which case the from date is the 1st of the month.
To Date - will be the last Sunday of the month
For example July 2017 - Monday 26/06/2017 - Sunday 30/07/2017
August 2017 - Monday 31/07/2017 - Sunday 27/08/2017
Note: IS Claim payments are attributed to the Service rather than a session and aren’t included in the utilisation report.
Reports parent balances owing or in credit up to the selected “posting” date. This report also displays any non active parents who still owe money, and who may not be included when you produce your statements in bulk.
Allows you to print a report of all parent payments within a particular “posting” date range.
Filter by one or more payment types to find specific payments for example to conduct a bank reconciliation.
List all payment transactions from CCMS within a single remittance for reconciliation purposes.