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Rental Sundries


Rental Sundries are used to charge repeating rental charges to a long term guests account.


Examples of why to use Rental sundry charges include;

  • Where you have long term stays more than 28 days and they pay a weekly, fortnightly or monthly rent.

Important Information

Once a sundry charge has been used (meaning it has been applied to an account) you are unable to delete it or change the Tax Type, Refundable check box or Credit Note check box.  If a sundry charge is setup incorrectly and used you will need to mark it as inactive and add a new one to replace it.

Watch this short video on how to add Rental Sundries

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Breaking down the Fields

Below is an example of a Rental sundry charge, the fields that relate to this type of sundry have been broken down below.


The description you enter here is what the guest will see when you apply this charge to their account.

Unit Price

The price for the item. This should be the amount of the rental in question, whether it be the weekly, fortnightly or monthly figure will depend on how you wish to charge the guest.

G/L Acc Code

Every sundry charge must have a G/L Acc Code linked to it.  When you produce your revenue reporting including Cash and Charge reports this Sundry will appear under the G/L Acc Code you have chosen.

Late Fee

An optional feature to Rental Sundries where you can setup a Late Fees and link them to the sundry charge for rental, in the event where rent is not paid within your terms a late fee can be applied to the account.  Click HERE to learn more about Late Fees.

Tax Type

Rental sundries are normally set to the Tax Type of Rent, however depending on the country you are running from this may change, if you are unsure of what to select here please consult with your accountant for guidence.


Late Fees
This article will take you through the setup and use of Late Fees in RMS.


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