Billing to Unit

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AdobeNinja-p40
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Billing to Unit

Postby AdobeNinja-p40 » Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:30 pm

I am a new ward clerk and I just ordered the materials for the 2011 curriculum. At checkout there is the option to bill to unit, which I selected. Now that the order is billed to the ward unit what do I need to do now? Do I need to write a check to the church from our ward budget or is it deducted automatically from the stake level?

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Postby aebrown » Sat Nov 13, 2010 4:43 pm

AdobeNinja wrote:I am a new ward clerk and I just ordered the materials for the 2011 curriculum. At checkout there is the option to bill to unit, which I selected. Now that the order is billed to the ward unit what do I need to do now? Do I need to write a check to the church from our ward budget or is it deducted automatically from the stake level?


The Bill to Unit option means that it will automatically be deducted from whatever unit ordered it. Since you ordered it on behalf of your ward, it will automatically be deducted from your ward's account. Don't write a check. The deduction will show up as an expense in the "Budget: Distribution Center" category in your ward's MLS.
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