|Foreign Key Table
|A unique identifier for a customer account.
|A one time fee charged to administer a layaway account.
|A minimum monetary amount required to make a payment against the reserved merchandise.
|The minimum monetary value of a purchase required to set up a layaway account. For example a retailer may set up layaways only for purchases that exceed $20.00.
|The minimum monetary value required as a first payment to set up a layaway account.
|The minimum percentage of a purchase required as a first payment to set up a layaway account.
|A boolean indicator that if YES means that a customer may cancel a layaway account (in effect a kind of return from layaway reserve inventory) and receive a refund possibley reduced by a cancellation fee.
|A flat fee charged by a retailer to cancel a layaway. The fee may be deducted from the money refunded to the customer. In a layaway the money refunded is the balance paid into the account by the customer.
|The date this layaway account will be cancelled if it is not settled. This is a stop loss date. When a layaway purchase is not completed by this date, the account is cancelled, the merchandise is returned to inventory and a refund to the customer is issued (if possible) minus a layaway cancellation fee. For situations where a refund to the customer cannot be made, the account balance is transferred to a liability account where it is carried until it can be taken as income under the local escheatment laws.