Fee Management allows you to choose from many reports so that you can keep track of school fees.

Overdue Fees

The overdue fees report allows you to generate a list of students who have not fully paid their fee before the fee due date.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Outstanding Fees

The outstanding fees report allows you to generate a list of students who have yet to fully pay their fee.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Paid Fees

The paid fees report allows you to generate a list of students that have paid some or all of their fee between certain dates.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Transaction Fees

The fee breakdown report allows you to generate a list of students included in a fee.

The list will show

  • Status of their payment (if paid by card, you can see if the payment was accepted)
  • Payment Method (Card, Manual, etc)
  • Payment reference
  • How much has been paid

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Fees Paid Today

The fees paid today report allows you to view a list of all students who have made a payment today.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Fees Paid This Week

The fees paid this week report allows you to view a list of all students who have made a payment this week.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Fees Paid This Month

The fees paid this month report allows you to view a list of all students who have made a payment this month.

This list can be exported to PDF for instant printing or can be exported to Excel for further analysis.

Tip: If you see a student in a report who has left the school or is an incoming 1st year, it is simply because a fee is assigned to their student profile. 

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