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View Billing Statements as an Admin
View Billing Statements as an Admin

[For Admins] Learn how to view and use billing statements as a monthly snapshot or to view detailed transaction info over the year.

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Statements are generated on a monthly basis and record all transaction activity (including invoices, charges, payments, credits, refunds, and adjustments) for each student within that month. Administrators are able to view current and historical statements, and parents will receive emailed statements each month.

Statements vs. Invoices

Statements & Invoices are different, and serve different purposes:

  • Statements show the status of a student account at a point in time. Statements are generated monthly, and include all transactions (invoices/charges, payments and credits) that occurred between the first and last date of the month, as well as the start and ending account balance.

  • Invoices are bills that go out requesting payment from payers for specific charges/services that were provided. When a payer pays the invoice, they pay the charges within it. It then serves as a source of record that those specific charges have been paid. Invoices go out in accordance with the Bill Plan and/or any time a one-off charge is processed.

Administrator Statements

  1. Navigate to the Billing tab on the web

  2. Open the Students tab

  3. Select a student's name

  4. Open the Statements tab under the selected student's profile

  5. Locate the desired statement(s)

  6. Click View to open the statement(s) in a new tab

  7. Download or Print the statement(s)

Statement Information

Statements include the following information for a monthly period:

  • Student Name

  • School Information: Name, Address, EIN

  • Statement Date

  • Balance Summary

    • Beginning balance

    • Total Payments

    • Total Credits

    • Total Charges

    • New balance at end of month

  • Billing Activity

    • Date posted

    • Due date

    • Invoice #

    • Dates of Service (if part of recurring bill plan)

    • Charge description

    • Charge amount

Are you a parent looking for information on statements? Please see this article if so!

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