When you get your EVP Systems invoice via e-mail, you can also request that either a summary or detailed breakdown of usage is also included. If you’d like to switch to e-mail delivery or change the breakdown included with it, just get in touch with our Support Department.
The breakdowns come as spreadsheets attached to the invoice e-mail. The summary breakdown looks like this:
Report Date is the time the evaluation was run, Pacific Time. Valuation Date is the date the evaluation was for. User is the Windows login of the user who ran the evaluation. (If there are two names separated by a slash, the second name is the EVP Administrator user.) Identifiers is the number of securities evaluated. Application is the program (and its version) that ran the evaluation. Evaluation Type is the type of evaluation that was run. Charge is the total that was billed for the evaluation. Passthrough is detailed here.
In the example above, user jdoe used EstateVal to run an evaluation for a September 12, 2019 date of death at 10:01 in the morning (Pacific) on August 1, 2020, and was charged $79.20.
The detailed breakdown looks like this:
Report Date, Valuation Date, Application, and Evaluation Type are the same as in the summary attachment, but are repeated for each individual security evaluated.Identifier is the name of the security that was evaluated, and Description is its second-line description. Charge is how much was charged for each individual security. Las with the summary, Passthrough is detailed here.
If you were to take the detailed report and sum the charges for a single Report Date, you’d get the equivalent of a single line on the summary report.