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E1: 15: FAQ Frequently Asked Questions about Fees And Interest (P1525) in Real Estate Management (Doc ID 1129666.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 The purpose of this document is to answer Frequently Asked Questions about  Fees And Interest Information (P1525) in Real Estate Management

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: If there is a record that has been paid in the past, but is still showing up on the Fees and Interest Generation, R15160.   What set up is required to have this not appear?
 Question 2: How is the Fee calculated in Fee and Interest Generation (R15160)?
 Question 3: How can we delete an unposted Fee & Interest created by R15160?
 Question 4: How is Ending Date in Fee and Interest Information being used in R15160 ?  Why if the ending date in the setup in Fee and Interest Information is earlier then Generation Date (Processing Option in R15160), the Late Fee Interest still generated during R15160?
 Question 5: Can EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management Fee and Interest Information (P1525) calculate a late fee for the 1st month an invoice is late at 1.5%, then at 0.5% for the 2nd month and future months the invoice is late?
 Question 6:  Can EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management Fee and Interest Information (P1525) calculate Interest setup be set to intentionally skip a number of days or months ?
 Question 7: Does the Real Estate Module have an automated process to generate tenant's late fees on invoices? ?
 Question 8: What is Partial Period(PPCF) on the P1525(Fee & Interest Information used for?
 Question 9: When running Fees and Interest Generation (R15160) over some invoice that was not paid, no Fees are generated. Why is that?

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