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To arrive at that number, go to the G form and add together the values from the bottoms of Columns D and E. Column H — Balance to Finish: Do not include materials that you installed but have already been paid for under Stored Materials. This is line 6 from your last Payment Application the last one you sent.
You will need to separate the Change Orders that add money to your contract from those that subtract money from your contract. We are going to show you how to fill one out correctly.
This is money for work you have previously billed. Blakn value should match the total of Column I of your G Accounting software and job costing software often automates the process of AIA nlank. Check you work g730 the example at the top of the page. All labor, equipment, and mark-up for the placement of these stored materials should be included as Work Completed This Period. This is usually the Owner of the building.
Typically this is you; the Contractor that is doing the work. Total Completed and Stored to Date.
General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. This may be found in the Subcontractor agreement. Net Change by Change Orders.
Line 9, Balance to Finish Including Retainage: This form is sometimes referred to as Page 2 of the Application and Certificate for Payment G form. It requires the Contractor to show the status of the contract sum to date, including the total dollar amount of the work completed and stored to date, the amount of retainage if anythe total of previous payments, a summary of change orders and the amount of current payment requested. This is the total dollar amount you requested for this line item through your last Payment Application.
T he value of construction work completed at the time of the current application. Your contract should set the terms of retention.
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The name and contact information of the person paying you signs the checks. What the client is allowed to retain is on Line g73. To finish filling out your form, total up each column and enter the value at the bottom of the column on the Grand Total line.
The grand total of all lines must equal your current contract sum that shows up on line 3 of Page 1. If you have to revise a Payment Application, do not increase the number; just add a letter designation behind blankk original number. Total Earned Less Retainage.
Subtract the Total Retainage from your earned revenue and enter the difference on Line 6. Change Orders are usually added as separate line items as they are approved.
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To fill one out correctly, you must ignore change orders that have been approved, but not processed. This is calculated by dividing Column G by Column C.
Column B — Description of Work: This money sits in reserve to protect the buyer. Being the squeaky wheel is often your only recourse. Agreement between Contractor and Subcontractor. Write down whichever rate is contracted next to Box b.
Column D does not include work completed for this period nor does it include newly stored material. The table at the bottom of page one is fairly straight forward.
Column C — Scheduled Value: This document must be signed by the Contractor and notarized prior to submission. Pull out your contract. This breakdown should be used consistently throughout the project, using multiple pages when necessary. Performance and Payment Bond. This value comes from the left side of Column G on form G In the blank next to Box a, write down the current retention percentage.
You now have three lines numbered 1 through 3.