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Key Features of the Treasurer's Settlement Module
GCS Software’s Treasurer’s Settlement program makes the settlement process a breeze.
From data entry to reporting to electronically filing with the Department of Revenue, Treasurer’s Settlement makes the accurate distribution of monies to the appropriate taxing bodies quick and easy.
GCS Software’s Treasurer’s Settlement program makes the settlement process a breeze. From data entry to reporting to electronically filing with the Department of Revenue, Treasurer’s Settlement makes the distribution of monies to the appropriate taxing bodies quick and easy.
- Integration with Property Assessment and Treasurer’s Collection means less entry of data like municipalities, districts and municipality treasurer.
- Retrieve Property Tax, Property Tax Payment and Property Tax Balance information from our Property Assessment and Property Tax Collection applications.
- The application can be run as a standalone module separate from Property Assessment and Property Tax Collection.
- Data entry screens are patterned after the settlement forms for ease of use.
- Spreadsheet-style navigation makes data entry familiar and easy.
- Maintain January, Lottery, First Dollar Credit, February and August Settlements.
- Improved user interface options allow users to easily navigate between settlements for a selected municipality or cycle through municipalities for a selected settlement period.
- Crosschecks are available to ensure your February and August settlement worksheets are in balance.
- A comprehensive list of reporting options is available for each settlement, plus a Tax Settlement Receipt, District Summary and Record of Settlement.
- Reports can be printed directly from the settlement maintenance screens or from the report menu.
- State mandated settlement reports are printed on regular 8.5”x11” paper, with the form printed as part of the report.
- Upon completion of the settlement process, file the settlements for a single or multiple municipalities with the Department of Revenue electronically.