To request an account ID for an ARO account, we need the individual or organization name, contact person (if different than the individual), address, phone number, and email address. The email address is be needed for electronic invoicing.
No, you could have both options available dependent upon your as needs. While both are a means to receive revenue for your department storefronts allow you accept payment up front, usually for one-time events. ARO billing should be used for items that require billing on a regular basis (monthly, quarterly, annually) or is part of a contact or MOU to be billed.
ARO bills are issued each month. When an account is 120 days past due it will be turned over to the Ohio Attorney General (OAG) for collection. ARO accounts will be sent in January, May, and September. Prior to submitting the accounts to the OAG, the Bursar’s Office will notify departments of the pending submission to allow for an opportunity to contact the vendor.