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How to Include Upcharges in the POS?
How to Include Upcharges in the POS?

Including upcharges in the POS ensures accurate pricing adjustments for additional services or customizations.

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Written by Support Turnsapp
Updated over a week ago

Upcharges are additional fees for extra services or add-ons that a customer requests beyond the standard offering. Adding these upcharges correctly in the POS system ensures accurate billing and helps maintain transparent communication with the customer. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to include upcharges in the POS system.

Step 1: Locate the Item

Start by finding the specific item in the POS system that has additional add-ons or services attached to it.

Step 2: Identify the Upcharge Field

Under each item listed in the system, there should be a field or option labeled "Upcharges." This is where you'll add any additional charges for extra services.

Step 3: Add Upcharges

Enter the appropriate upcharge amount in the designated field. The amount should reflect the cost of the additional service or add-on requested by the customer.

Remember, the upcharge is added to the base price of the item or service. It's crucial to ensure that these charges are fair and reflect the value of the additional service provided.After adding the upcharge, make sure to save the change. This will update the total cost of the item in the system, ensuring that the additional charge is included in the customer's total bill.

Step 4: Add to order

After adding the upcharge, add to order. This will update the total cost of the item in the system, ensuring that the additional charge is included in the customer's total bill.


Conclusion:

Adding upcharges in the POS system is a key aspect of managing orders and ensuring accurate billing. This process allows you to account for any additional services or add-ons requested by the customer. Always double-check the upcharge amounts for accuracy before saving to avoid potential billing errors.

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