How to Charge a Tenant for an Additional Amount
You can watch the video procedure or follow the instructions below.
1. Go to the “Accounting” tab and the “Collections” subtab.
2. In the selector at the top left, click on the unit of the tenant to which you want to charge for the additional amount.
3. Click on “Invoicing” at the top right.
4. Make sure that the invoice is assigned to the right company, property, and unit.
5. Tick “Lease” in the “Assignation” column.
6. Select the account that best describes the situation (parking, electricity, other fees, etc.).
7. Describe the additional amount in the “Description” section (broken door, etc.).
8. Enter the amount.
9. Select the date (the day of the rent payment of the month with the additional amount) at the top right.
10. Click on “Finish.”
11. Check that, in the “Collections” subtab, the amount has been added to the tenant’s balance.
You have now charged the tenant for an additional amount.
Transcription of the Subtitles
Here is how you charge a tenant for an additional amount.
Go to the “Accounting” tab and the “Collections” subtab.
Click on “Invoicing” in the upper right corner.
Make sure that the invoice is assigned to the right property and unit, but tick “Lease.” This ensures that the amount is charged to the tenant.
Select the account that best describes the additional amount. In this case, I will select “Other Fees.”
Enter a description of the amount, such as “Broken door.”
Enter the amount under “Unit price.”
Select the first day, or another day depending on when this tenant pays their rent, of the month with the additional amount. In this case, April is the month in question, so I will select April 1st.
Click on “Finish.” Click on the three lines in the upper left corner.
When the tenant pays their rent and the additional amount, enter the date of payment, the payment method, and the entire amount, which is the rent and the additional amount, in the first row.
You will see a message appear on the screen. Click on “Do not distribute.”
Make sure that the balance is now at zero.