On the Payment tab, the technician can record the payment method and amount.  If a discount was not applied earlier, the technician can record a coupon on the Payment tab.  When the work order is submitted, the payment will be recorded as a receipt and journal entry.

There is an option to have all Cash or Check payments be listed as Cash in transit for accounting purposes.  With that option, the receipt is a $0 amount placeholder with the amount of cash or check in the notes.  The accountant can change the receipt amount when the cash or check is in hand, and out of the technician’s possession.

Once the payment has been made, the customer needs to sign to acknowledge that he or she paid as the technician has recorded.  After accepting the payment, the technician can print a receipt.