First, add your customer and their products to the sale.
When you’re ready to take payment look under ‘Sales option’, then click ‘Layaway payment’. Keep in mind, you cannot create a layaway payment for a default POS customer. Therefore, the layaways must be created for a specific customer.
‘Layaway payment’ screen will pop up, choose how much the customer will prepay, either by a percentage of the total or enter a value yourself. Here, I entered an advance payment of $50.00 and then hit ‘Save’.
To configure the Expiry Date, use the ‘default payment deadline’ under the Invoices and Sales section of Settings -> configuration
Select the payment type for the advance payment and hit ‘Confirm’. The Prepayment-invoice is created and will look like this:
To locate any prepayment invoice from the point of sale, go under ‘Functions’ and hit ‘Layaways’. You will see all of your created prepayment invoices. You can search for yours by customer or invoice number by using the ‘magnifying glass’ icon.
Once you select the prepayment invoice, it will up the items in the invoice, and you can pay the rest of it by hitting ‘Pay’. To do another partial payment, you can use the ‘layaway payment’ button to add another partial payment to the layaway. Items do not leave stock until the prepayment invoice is entirely paid off through the main tender button, not the ‘layaway payment’ button.