“Is there a way for parents who currently pay by Tuition Express to look at their account history online?”
The answer, of course, is yes. We’ll get to the details in a moment.
For those of you who may not know about Tuition Express yet, it’s an innovative payment processing service that works with ProCare Family Data & Accounting to automatically collect tuition and other payments for child care centers, daycares and preschools. Fees may be electronically deducted from parent bank accounts or charged to a credit card. Either way you get paid on time, every time. And, it’s extremely secure as ProCare Achieved Level One PCI Security status.
Now, to the part about how parents (and center owners / directors) can view their payment history online. Continue reading
The following question recently appeared in the ProCare Tech Support “IN” box.
- Up to 3 Hours/Day $21 (level 1)
- Up to 4 Hours/Day $25 (level 2)
- Up to 5 Hours/Day $29 (level 3)
- Up to 6 Hours/Day $33 (level 4)
- Daily MAX $35 (level 5)
Please let me know how we can enter this to be billed according to the days they are scheduled in advance.”
You can absolutely do this kind of stepped rate billing in ProCare. In fact, one of our standard billing formulas fits this case perfectly.
Do some families at your child care, daycare or preschool tend to pick their children up late, after your center is officially closed? Perhaps you’ve even read the article called The Unbearable Wrongness of Being Late from ChildCareExchange.com.
You’re thinking you’d like to implement a Late Pick Up Fee but aren’t sure how to go about it. With the ProCare Attendance Tracker it’s easy to process Late Pick Up charges for all appropriate families at once.
A recent email question came in to the ProCare Tech Support Team. It’s something you might have done yourself.
“I accidentally clicked Automatic Billing twice. I’d like to cancel one of them.”
As many of you may know, there is not currently an option to undo or cancel Automatic Billing. However, there is a message alerting you to the date you last performed Automatic Billing. Continue reading
You may not consider what your child care business does as “billing”, especially if you don’t send out a bill in the traditional sense. But the truth is, everyone does some form of billing. Used in this way, the word “billing” means charging a fee for child care tuition, after school programs, karate lessons, dance classes or similar services. ProCare has many billing features to fit a variety of daycare accounting circumstances. Continue reading