$240 * .8 = $192
Emerald is doing it right. You need to find a different combo that works
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> Sent: Friday, May 21, 1999 2:53 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Emerald] calculating termed-discount values
> Actually..I tried this and it did NOT work.
> I changed the yearly service on the accounting tab to a cost of $20
> Then I changed my yearly pay period to 12 months at 20% discount
> and I get an invoice total of $192.
> I am baffled.
> It works great on paper, but not in Emerald.
> I need this to work without changing my prices....That is NOT an option.
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> On 5/21/99, at 10:58 AM, Dale E. Reed Jr. wrote:
> >PowerNet wrote:
> >> If I get what you are saying,
> >> In my YearlyPPP setup in Emerald Administrator which is setup
> only for annual dial-up, I could set the monthly rate to $20
> instead of $25, and make the discount 20% instead of 33.3333% and
> I would end up correctly.
> >> $25 x 12 =$300 discounted @ 33.3333 % = $200.04
> >> whereas
> >> $20 x 12 = $240 discounted at 20% = $200.00
> >> Now will this work as a fix and not distort any other
> information. I hesitate to say distort reports, because they
> don't work correctly either.
> >Yes. Although having to create a seperate service for this is not
> >the optimal choice, it can get you the results that you want.
> >Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
> >IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com