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The earning of premium sets can be tied to payment criteria; for example, the premium set can be earned when the order is n% paid-up. The paid-up percentage is not always straight payments against the invoice. Advantage considers miscellaneous credits, gift certificates, etc. to be recognized forms of credit/payment.

Gratis Product Orders

Gratis product orders where the freight amount was also 0.00 are always considered 100% paid up.

CIR 0.00 Orders

Subscription (CIR) orders where the order total = 0.00 are always considered 100% paid up.

Unable to Find Debit at customer receivables view

If the invoice does not exist in Accounts Receivable, the order is not considered as paid-up.

Calculation of Paid-Up on Invoices

If the invoice does not fall into one of the three categories above, the paid-up percentage is calculated as follows:

TOTAL PAID

+ DISCOUNT AMOUNT

+ QUALIFYING MISCELLANEOUS CREDITS

+ OTHER SUBSCRIPTION CANCEL CREDITS

- ORIGINAL SUBSCRIPTION CANCEL CREDITS

- REFUND REQUEST THAT WAS CREDITED TOWARDS THE INVOICE

- CREDITS/REVERSALS APPLIED TO THE INVOICE

- QUALIFIED WRITE-OFF AMOUNT

These amounts are set as follows:

Total Paid

This is the total amount paid against the invoice. The total paid amount includes cash payments, write-offs, discounts given, cancel credits, etc.

Discount Amount

This is the total discount given on the invoice. This could be automatic discounts given due to settings at the variance setup table (ARPTBL/VAR), manually given discounts during application of the payment, or terms code discounts. It is considered as “payment.”

Qualifying Miscellaneous Credits

These are miscellaneous credit amounts applied to the invoice where the “Classify as Cash for Premium Set Pay-up” flag is Y at the ARPTBL/GLD view. This feature was added in 2010R2. They are considered as “payment.”

Other Subscription Cancel Credits

These are credit amounts from a transaction against another subscription. For example, if you cancelled another subscription then applied that credit to this invoice, it is considered as “payment.”

Original Subscription Cancel Credits

These are credit amounts from a transaction against the subscription on this invoice. They are not considered as “payment.”

Refund Request/Reversal Credited Toward the Unpaid Invoice

These are non-cash credit amounts applied to the invoice. This could include bounced credits or declined credit card payments. These are not considered as “payment.”

Qualified Write-off Amounts

Write-offs are normally not considered as payment. However, you can set the MST option PRMERNWO to the percent of the total debit under which the write-off should be counted as payment. For example, if the PRMERNWO option is set to 5.00, then a 250.00 paid invoice could have up to 12.50 written off and still be considered paid. If the write-off amount is over 12.50, then it is not considered as “payment.” This feature was added in 2010R2.



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