**Example 1**: Recording a **greater** **amount** and selecting **Adjust** **Pledge Payment Schedule**:

****The*

**Amount Due**column reflects only the amount due for the next expected payment. When entering an amount higher than the expected payment, the system applies the balance of the “overpayment” to the next expected payment ($800 - $375 July payment = $425), entering either a $0 as the amount due if it completes the next expected payment ($425 - $375 October payment = $50), and/or the balance remaining on each subsequent expected payment ($375 January payment - $50 = $325). When this occurs, the Amount Due column no longer reflects the total amount of the original pledge, but the pledge details will remain unaffected.

*Updated Pledge Details:***Example 2**: Recording a

**greater**

**amount**and selecting

**Adjust**

**Total Pledge Amount**:

****The*

**Amount Due**column reflects only the amount due for the next expected payment. When entering an amount greater than the expected payment (in this case $425 more), the system assumes the balance of the pledge to be paid according to the original schedule ($1,500 - $800 July payment + $425 adjusted pledge amount = $1,125 balance to be paid in three installments of $375). When this occurs, the Amount Due column still reflects the total amount of the original pledge, but the pledge details will reflect the adjusted pledge amount.

*Updated Pledge Details:*
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