Accepting Payments on Forms

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    Shell

    @abbey

     

    Hi Abbey!

     

    Yes, you can absolutely choose which processor to use for the payment made in a form. Once you've set up your online giving in your Breeze account, you will be able to choose between the two options when you create a form. To select which processor to use for a form payment, simply click on "Go to Settings" in the lower left corner of the form settings pop-up window, and then select the payment options at the bottom of the settings screen.

     

    Stay Breezy!

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    jhertel

    We're new to Breeze - formerly with CCB.  One questions about forms - we have Wednesday Night Fellowship Meals that I create a Registration Form for.  People have the choice to pay ahead with CC or pay at the door.  On CCB the report we ran each Wednesday gave us how much people owed.  I'm not seeing anything in Breeze so that I can get that info.  Of course, we can calculate it up, but it's easier to print out a report for the person to check them in.

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    Emily W.

    Hi @jhertel!

    Welcome! Happy that y'all are a part of the Breeze family. Great question! You are able to download this information from the form entries. It will export out all the information included if they paid or not. You can simply click on the following link :Form Results

    Hope this is most helpful!

    Blessings! 

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    jhertel

    Yes, I have exported the info, but is there a way to show the balance due?  

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    Josh R.

    Hey @jhertel,

    Great question! At this time we do not have that capability in our forms to view that information. However, we recommend setting the payments up as pledges to track how much is remaining. You can learn more about this here: Managing Pledges

    Blessings!

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    Mary Erikson

    Is there an easy way to divide a payment received on a Form into multiple Funds? We are looking at doing our Religious Ed registration online through a Breeze form. The collected payments are directed into the RE Registration "Fund" but it would be helpful to be able to detail someone's $100 payment as $75 RE Registration (account #5012) and $25 Sacrament Preparation (account #5013) under the Contribution/Funds. I see how to change the fund for a total payment but not how to  split out 1 payment into 2 funds (or more).

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    Stephen Ivey

    @merickson

    Great question! Unfortunately, there is not a way to split payment into multiple funds on a Form Payment. This is because you can only associate a Form with One Fund at a time. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause! 

    Please let us know if you have any additional questions. 

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    kevin

    Is there an easy way to see how much income has been received in total on a registration form and who has paid?

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    Stephen Ivey

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    Yes you can! There's a simple way to do this in the Contributions Reporting section. See here: https://cl.ly/38c571a8a5ad 

    Take a look at this article as well: Searching Contributions and Creating Giving Reports

     

    Please let us if there's any way we can continue to serve you!

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    Mary Erikson

    @Stephen Ivey -- I have been playing around with Breeze Contribution reports and found there actually IS a way to split out 1 payment into multiple funds! Under the Contribution reports, if you click on the payment "AMOUNT" it will bring up the transaction details. Click edit in the lower left hand side and it will allow you to add a 2nd fund to that original transaction. This will be very helpful with our various registrations for multiple age groups (and multiple Budget accounts)

     

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    Stephen Ivey

    @merickson

    Hello again! I'm so glad that you found a workaround for your request!

    Yes, all incoming contributions can be "manually" split into multiple funds by editing the Contribution itself. The previous answer given was in Reference to if you were trying to Split Form Payments into multiple Funds on the actual Form. Unfortunately, that functionality is not possible. 

    Cheers!

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    lewislake1030

    Our Women Ministries teaches different artsy type classes as a fund raiser for the ministry. The participants do take home a completed project. I realize that it can not be considered non-taxable but does the church then have to pay tax on it? Does anyone know about this?

     

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    Stephen Ivey

    @Lewislake1030

    If the payment is in Exchange for any goods and/or services, then it is a Non Tax Deductible gift. If it is a fund raiser, then it can be filed as Tax Deductible, however, you would want to check with your CFO on the Tax Ramifications for the ministry. 

    Let us know if we can be of any more service to you!

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