Cash drawer operations

Cash drawers have three sets of operations that allow employees to perform these cash drawer activities:

  • Make cash entries (such as adding or removing cash) with the During Shift operations.

  • Change the state of cash drawers (such as closing an active or open drawer) with the End of Shift operations.

  • Adjust the starting balance of a cash drawer with the Adjust Starting Balance operation.

The following sections list the cash drawer operations.

During Shift operations

The During Shift operations allow employees to perform cash entries during their open shifts. These operations can also be used to make cash adjustments in open drawers before they are closed.

The During Shift operations, which are available only for active and open drawers, are described in the following sections.

Cash In

Cash In entries add cash to active and open drawers. The employee can enter a custom reason for the entry as a comment.

To make a Cash In entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Cash In button.

  2. In the Select an action dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Cash In dialog.
    1. Select the Cash In action.

    2. Enter a reason for the entry in the Comments field (optional, but recommended).

    3. Tap OK.

  3. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the cash amount and tap Done.

    The Toast POS device showing the New Cash Entry numeric keypad.

As a result, a Cash In action for the amount is added to the cash drawer, together with the name of the employee who made the entry. This information (including the reason for the entry) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

Cash Collected

Cash Collected entries add cash to active and open drawers. The employee can enter a custom reason for the entry as a comment. The intent of a Cash Collected entry is to collect cash in hand from a server and add it to the cash drawer.

Note that a Cash Collected entry executed from a cash drawer is similar to the Collect Cash step during a shift review. Both procedures add a Cash Collection action to the cash drawer and to the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

To make a Cash Collected entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Cash In button.

  2. In the Select an action dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Cash Collected dialog.
    1. Select the Cash Collected action.

    2. From the Select a server drop-down, choose the server from whom cash will be collected.

    3. Enter a reason for the entry in the Comments field (optional, but recommended).

    4. Tap OK.

  3. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the cash collected amount and tap Done.

As a result, a Cash Collected entry for the amount is made in the cash drawer, with the name of the employee from whom the cash was collected. This information (including the reason) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

Cash Out

Cash Out entries remove cash from active and open drawers. The Cash Out amount cannot exceed the cash drawer's current balance.

Optionally, the employee can enter a custom reason for the entry as a comment. Comments are useful as they appear on sales-related reports and provide managers with information about the reason for the entry.

To make a Cash Out entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Cash Out button.

  2. In the Select an action dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Cash Out dialog.
    1. Select the Cash Out action.

    2. Enter a reason for the entry in the Comments field (optional, but recommended).

    3. Tap OK.

  3. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the cash out amount and tap Done.

As a result, a Cash Out action for the removed amount is entered in the cash drawer, together with the name of the employee who made the entry. This information (including a comment for the entry) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

Tip Out

Tip Out entries remove cash from active and open drawers to distribute tips or gratuities to restaurant employees. The Tip Out amount cannot exceed the cash drawer's current balance.

The employee can provide information for the entry as a comment.

To make a Tip Out entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Cash Out button.

  2. In the Select an action dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Tip Out dialog.
    1. Select the Tip Out action.

    2. From the Select a server drop-down, choose the server to whom the cash tips will be distributed.

    3. Enter a reason for the entry in the Comments field (optional, but recommended).

    4. Tap OK.

  3. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the amount of cash removed and tap Done.

As a result, a Tip Out entry for the amount removed is made in the cash drawer, together with the name of the employee to whom the cash tips were distributed. This information (including the reason) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

Pay Out

Pay Out entries remove cash from active and open drawers to pay for goods or services. The Pay Out amount cannot exceed the cash drawer's current balance.

There are two versions of the Pay Out operation:

  • Cash drawer version: You perform this Pay Out entry from within a specific cash drawer, which means that you can pay out only from that cash drawer.

  • Toast POS home version: You perform this Pay Out entry from the Cash Management section on the Toast POS home screen. This version allows you to make pay outs from any cash drawer to which you have permissions.

To make a Pay Out entry from a specific cash drawer

  1. In a specific cash drawer, tap the Cash Out button.

  2. In the Select an action dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Pay Out dialog.
    1. Select the Pay Out action.

    2. From the Select a payout reason drop-down, select a pre-configured reason.

    3. In the Comments field, enter any other information about the cash entry (optional).

    4. Tap OK.

  3. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the pay out amount and tap Done.

To make a Pay Out entry from the Cash Management section

  1. On the device, tap the Toast logo in the top corner until the Toast POS home screen appears.

  2. Navigate to the Cash Management section and select Pay Out.

    The Pay Out selection on the Cash Management home screen.
  3. On the Pay Out dialog, do the following:

    The Toast POS device showing the Pay Out dialog.
    1. From the Select a cash drawer drop-down, select a cash drawer in which to make the pay out entry.

    2. From the Select a payout reason drop-down, select a pre-configured reason.

    3. In the Comments field, enter any other information about the cash entry (optional).

    4. Tap OK.

  4. In the New cash entry numeric keypad, enter the pay out amount and tap Done.

As a result, a Pay Out action for the amount is entered in the cash drawer, along with the name of the employee who made the pay out. This information (including the reason for the entry) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

A Pay Out slip is also printed, with the name of the employee who made the Pay Out listed at the top of the slip. The slip also prints the following information:

  • Comment: the comment (if any) entered by the employee during the Pay Out entry.

  • Cash Drawer: the name of the cash drawer from which the money was removed.

  • Current Cash Balance: the cash drawer balance before the Pay Out was made.

  • Paid Out: the amount of cash removed from the cash drawer with this Pay Out transaction.

  • New Cash Balance: the new balance of the cash drawer after the removal of the Pay Out amount. This dollar amount should be the same as the Balance field in the cash drawer.

Cash Drop

Cash Drop entries remove cash from an active or open drawer. The cash is usually transferred to a different restaurant location (such as a safe) for safekeeping. The Cash Drop amount cannot exceed the cash drawer's current balance.

Cash Drop entries are made if the cash drawer has more money than the restaurant prefers. For example, a Cash Drop can be used to limit the amount of money lost in case of a robbery or employee theft. A Cash Drop is also made if the cash drawer is so full that it cannot accept further cash transactions.

To make a Cash Drop entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Cash Drop button.

  2. In the Cash Drop numeric keypad, enter the cash drop amount and tap Done.

    The Toast POS device showing the Cash Drop numeric keypad.

As a result, a Cash Drop action for the removed amount (as a negative dollar amount) is made in the cash drawer, along with the name of the employee who made the cash drop. This information will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

A Cash Drop slip is also printed, with the restaurant name at the top followed by this information:

  • From: the name of the cash drawer from which the money was removed.

  • To: the location to which the money was transferred. This will be the restaurant account (listed as House).

  • By: the name of the employee who made the Cash Drop.

  • Current Cash Balance: the cash drawer balance before the Cash Drop was made.

  • Cash Amount Dropped: the amount of cash removed from the cash drawer with this Cash Drop transaction.

  • New Cash Balance: the new balance of the cash drawer after the removal of the Cash Drop amount. This dollar amount should be the same as the Balance field in the cash drawer.

  • Employee Signature: a signature line for the employee who made the Cash Drop.

  • Manager Signature: a signature line for the manager.

No Sale

No Sale entries open the cash drawer without a change to the cash balance. For example, a restaurant employee performs a No Sale entry to make change for a customer. Another common example is that you make a No Sale entry in order to count the cash in the cash drawer.

When an employee makes a No Sale entry, a Please select a no sale reason dialog opens. A previously-configured No Sale reason must be selected.

To configure No Sale reasons

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Payments > Transactions & refunds > No sale reasons to open the No Sale Reasons page.

  3. Click the + Add button.

  4. Configure the fields for the No Sale reason:

    • Name: Enter a name that is descriptive of the purpose of this No Sale entry, such as Make Change or Count Cash. The name is included in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report and also in the Reports > Cash and loss management > No sale reports, so a descriptive name is helpful when reading those reports.

    • Active: Specify whether this No Sale reason should be active. Only active reasons are listed in the Please select a no sale reason dialog.

    • Description: Optionally, enter a more detailed description of this reason. The description is not entered in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report nor in the Reports > Cash and loss management > No sale report, but is intended to provide more information for anyone making changes on this page.

  5. Save and publish your changes.

To make a No Sale entry

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the No Sale button.

  2. In the Please select a no sale reason dialog, select a reason, as in this example.

    The Toast POS device showing the No Sale dialog.

As a result, a No Sale action for $0.00 is entered in the cash drawer, along with the name of the employee who made the No Sale entry. This information (including the name of the No Sale reason) will also be listed in the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report and also in the Reports > Cash and loss management > No sale reports.

End of Shift operations

You use the End of Shift operations to control the state of a cash drawer (such as closing it) or to reset its starting balance. The close drawer operation, for example, is used as part of the shift review process that collects the money from a cash drawer.

The following sections describe the End of Shift operations.

Close drawer

The close drawer operation closes an active or open drawer. As part of the closing operation, you physically count the cash in the drawer and enter the amount in the Cash Actual field of the Close Out Balance dialog. This action enters the actual closing balance into Toast.

When the Close Out Balance dialog is first displayed, it looks like this example:

The Toast POS device showing the Close Out Balance dialog.

The cash labels provide the following information:

  • Cash Expected is the current balance of the cash drawer (starting balance plus the total of all cash entries). This is the amount of money that should be in the cash drawer.

  • Cash Actual is the field into which you enter the actual cash amount that you counted.

  • Difference indicates the difference between the Cash Expected and Cash Actual values. Depending on the amount variance, the Difference label will change to Cash Over, Cash Short, or No Difference followed by the amount.

The Comment field allows the employee to enter an optional comment (maximum of 45 characters). Comments are especially useful when there are overage or shortage variances in the closing balance. These closeout comments are listed in the Reports > Cash loss and management > Cash activity audit report. If the Comment field is left blank, the following default text is used:

  • Closeout Overage: "Close out balance is over"

  • Closeout Shortage: "Close out balance is short"

  • Closeout Exact: "Close out balance matches expected balance"

The Count Bills button brings up the Toast bill/coin calculator, which speeds up the cash-counting process by keeping track of the cash amount. When you exit the calculator, it enters the calculated amount into the Cash Actual field. Use of the Toast calculator is optional and does not affect the cash drawer closing procedure if you do not use the calculator.

In the Toast administration back-end, you can optionally configure confirmation thresholds that are applied when a cash drawer is closed:

  • Closeout Over/Short Max: A dollar threshold that, if exceeded, requires a manager to approve the closing of the cash drawer.

  • Closeout Over/Short Warning: A confirmation warning that is triggered if the closing balance is over or under a configured amount. For example, if the over/short threshold is $5.00 and the actual closing balance is $5.00 over or under the threshold, then a warning prompt is displayed to the employee about the variance. The employee must confirm the closing balance (note that this warning does not require managerial override). This warning is shown only if the employee has the Manager > Cash Drawers (Full) access permission; otherwise the warning is not shown as it contains cash balance information.

The two thresholds work independently of each other, so you can use either or both of them.

After you close the drawer, it appears on the Closed tab of the Cash Drawers screen. For more information on closed drawers, see Closed drawers.

To configure cash drawer closeout thresholds

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Front of house > Order screen setup > UI options to open the UI Options page.

  3. To configure closeout thresholds, navigate to the Shift Review/Closeout section and configure one or both of these fields:

    • Closeout Over/Short Max: Enter a positive dollar amount to enable this feature, or enter $0.00 (or leave blank) to disable it. If the feature is enabled and the over/short variance exceeds the configured amount, managerial override is required to close the cash drawer.

    • Closeout Over/Short Warning: Enter a positive dollar amount to enable this feature, or enter $0.00 (or leave blank) to disable it. If the feature is enabled and the over/short variance exceeds the configured amount, a warning is displayed and the employee must confirm the closing balance.

  4. Save and publish your changes.

To close an active or open drawer

  1. If the cash drawer is closed, open it with the No Sale operation so that you can count the cash in the drawer.

  2. In the cash drawer, tap the Close Drawer button.

  3. In the Close Out Balance dialog, do the following:

    1. Count all the cash in the drawer. Optionally, you can use the Toast bill/coin calculator (available from the Count Bills button) to help you with the cash-counting task.

    2. In the Cash Actual field, enter the cash amount you counted. Be sure to enter the entire amount that is present in the drawer, including the starting balance amount. Note that if you use the Toast bill/coin calculator, it will enter the amount when you exit the calculator.

    3. Use the Comment field to enter any relevant information. The information provides a historical record of this closing instance.

    4. Tap Close Drawer.

    The Toast POS device showing the Close Out Balance dialog.
  4. If you have enabled the Closeout Over/Short Warning and the variance exceeds the threshold, the Confirm Closing Balance dialog is displayed. Tap Confirm to continue.

    The Toast POS device showing the Confirm Closing Balance warning.
  5. If the cash drawer configuration has the Reset Balance Type field set to Manual, you must manually enter the starting balance of the new cash drawer in the New Cash Drawer numeric keypad and tap Done.

    The Toast POS device showing the New Cash Drawer numeric keypad.

As a result, the current active or open drawer is closed and a new instance of the cash drawer is created. Information from the closed drawer operation is added to the Reports > Cash and loss management > Cash activity audit report.

New drawer

The new drawer operation replaces the current active drawer (which becomes an open drawer) with a new active drawer. This operation is typically used at the end of a shift to start a new drawer for the next shift.

Note

The new drawer operation can be executed from active, open, and closed drawers (that is, all these drawers have the New Drawer button).

The open drawer retains the name of the previous active drawer (and its cash balance), while the name of the new active drawer will have Drawer x appended (where x begins at 2 and is increased with each replacement of the active drawer).

When the new active drawer is created, it must have a starting balance. This starting balance is set in one of two ways, depending on the value of the cash drawer's Reset Balance Type configuration setting:

  • If the Reset Balance Type field is set to Manual, you must manually enter the starting balance of the new active drawer.

  • If the Reset Balance Type field is set to Automatic, Toast automatically uses the amount in the Starting Cash Drawer Balance field when it creates the new active drawer.

For more information of these configuration settings, see Creating cash drawers.

To replace the active drawer with a new drawer

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the New Drawer button.

  2. If the cash drawer configuration has the Reset Balance Type field set to Manual, you must manually enter the starting balance of the new cash drawer in the New Cash Drawer numeric keypad and tap Done.

    The Toast POS device showing the New Cash Drawer numeric keypad.

After the active drawer is replaced, it is moved to the Open tab of the Cash Drawers screen, while the new active drawer is added to the Active tab.

Re-open

The re-open operation re-opens a closed drawer so that it becomes an open drawer. The re-open operation is not available in active or open drawers.

A use case for re-opening a closed drawer is to adjust the actual closing balance for the drawer and then close the drawer again.

To re-open a closed drawer

  1. From the Closed tab of the Cash Drawers screen, tap the name of the target closed drawer.

  2. In the closed cash drawer, tap the Re-open button.

After the drawer is re-opened, it appears on the Open tab of the Cash Drawers screen.

Adjust Starting Balance operation

The Adjust Starting Balance button lets you adjust the starting balance for an existing cash drawer. This operation is useful if you discover that you had put a different amount of cash in the physical drawer than you had configured for the drawer. Another example is if you have manual cash drawers and an employee entered the wrong amount in the New Cash Drawer numeric keypad when closing a cash drawer.

Note that you can only adjust the starting balance for today's cash drawers. That is, you cannot adjust the starting balance for cash drawers in the past.

You must have the Manager > Adjust Cash Drawer Start Balance permission to adjust starting balances for cash drawers.

To adjust the starting balance of a cash drawer

  1. In the cash drawer, tap the Adjust Starting Balance button.

  2. In the Adjust Cash Drawer Starting Balance numeric keypad, enter the new starting balance and tap Done.

    The Toast POS device showing the Adjust Cash Drawer Starting Balance numeric keypad.

As a result, the cash drawer's starting balance is immediately adjusted. The cash drawer's Starting Balance field will have an "Adjusted" prefix (as shown in the following cropped example) to indicate that the starting balance was changed.

The Toast POS device showing the Cash Drawer screen.

Back-end cash drawer operations

A subset of the cash drawer operations on the Toast POS device are also available on the Toast administration back-end. You therefore have the option of using a web browser instead of a Toast POS device to perform these cash drawer operations. Note that you cannot make Cash Payments (that is, cash transactions for guest orders) into a cash drawer from the back-end.

The cash drawer operations available on the Toast administrative back-end are the following:

  • All the During Shift operations (except for the No Sale operation).

  • The Close Drawer operation.

  • The Adjust Starting Balance operation.

The results of these back-end operations update the cash drawer as seen on the Toast POS device. For example, if you make a Cash Out entry from the back-end, it has the same effect on the cash drawer as if you had made the entry from the Toast POS device.

If you need to perform any cash drawer operation that is not available on the back-end (such as re-opening a closed drawer), you must use the Toast POS device.

The following sections describe how to work with the cash drawer back-end operations.

Accessing the cash drawer back-end operations

The cash drawer back-end operations are available in the Cash Drawer History report, which is a section of the Sales Report. The Cash Drawer History report lists all the active cash drawers in the restaurant. The same set of cash drawer back-end operations is available for each cash drawer.

Note

Before issuing a back-end cash drawer operation, make sure that you are viewing the appropriate cash drawer.

The Cash entries section of the Cash Drawer History report contains the Update Entries drop-down menu, as shown in this example:

The cash drawer back-end operations available in the Cash Drawer History report.

To access the cash drawer operations in the Toast administration back-end

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Reports > Cash and loss management > Drawer history to open the Cash Drawer History report.

  3. Locate the desired cash drawer listed across the top and scroll to the bottom of its column.

  4. At the bottom of the column, click View.

  5. In the Cash entries section, click the Update Entries drop-down menu to display the available cash management operations:

    The Update Entries drop-down menu in the Toast administration back-end.
Adding cash entries from the back-end

The Update Entries menu lets you make these cash entries:

  • The Add Cash In Entry selection provides Cash In and Cash Collected operations.

  • The Add Cash Out Entry selection provides Cash Out, Tip Out, and Pay Out operations..

  • The Add Cash Drop Entry selection is for Cash Drop operations.

These operations are functionally similar to those on the Toast POS device, which are described in During Shift operations. Note that the user name displayed in the cash drawer for the action is the name of the employee who is logged into the Toast administrative back-end.

To make a cash entry from the back-end

  1. In the Update Entries drop-down menu, select a cash entry, such as Add Cash Out Entry.

  2. In the cash entry dialog box, select an action, such as Pay Out.

  3. Enter the cash entry amount in the Amount field.

  4. Optionally, use the Comment field to enter a descriptive comment about the cash entry.

    At this point, the dialog box should look like this example:

    A cash entry done from the Toast administrative back-end.
  5. Click Submit.

The cash entry is listed in the Cash entries section of the Cash Drawer History report and also in the cash drawer on the Toast POS device.

Closing cash drawers from the back-end

You can close an active cash drawer from the Toast administrative back-end. While similar to the close drawer operation on the Toast POS device, the back-end version has the following differences:

  • The Close Cash Drawer dialog box in the back-end version is named Close Out Balance in the Toast POS device version.

  • The Close Cash Drawer dialog box in the back-end version only has the Expected Cash and Actual Cash fields. It does not have the Difference field (which means you cannot easily see if there is a cash balance discrepancy), the Comment field, or the Count Bill calculator.

  • The back-end version ignores the Closeout Over/Short Max and Closeout Over/Short Warning configuration settings.

To close an active drawer from the back-end

  1. If you need to count the money in the cash drawer, issue a No Sale command from the Toast POS device.

  2. In the Update Entries drop-down menu, select Close Cash Drawer.

  3. In the Close Cash Drawer dialog box, enter the cash amount (including the starting balance) in the Actual Cash field and click Submit.

After you close the drawer, it appears on the Closed tab of the Cash Drawers screen (on the Toast POS device) and its status is changed to Closed on the Cash Drawer History report. For more information on closed drawers, see Closed drawers.

Adjusting starting balance from the back-end

You can adjust the starting balance for a cash drawer from the Toast administrative back-end. This operation is functionally the same as the version on the Toast POS device, described in Adjust Starting Balance operation.

To adjust a cash drawer's starting balance from the back-end

  1. In the Update Entries drop-down menu, select Adjust Starting Balance.

  2. In the Adjust Starting Balance dialog box, enter the new starting balance in the New Starting Balance field.

  3. Click Submit.

After you make the adjustment, it is listed in the Start balance adjustments section of the Cash Drawer History report.

Undoing cash entries

You can undo cash entries in a cash drawer from either the Toast POS device or the Toast administrative back-end. For example, you made a Pay Out entry to pay for restaurant cleaning supplies and took out money from the cash drawer; however, you never purchased the supplies so you want to undo the Pay Out entry and replace the cash in the drawer.

When you undo a cash entry, the original cash entry remains listed in the cash drawer and a new undo cash entry is added. Also, the cash drawer's current balance is adjusted to account for the undone entry. For example, if you undo a Pay Out entry of $20, the original $20 Pay Out entry remains listed in the cash drawer, a new $20 Undo Pay Out entry is added, and the cash drawer's balance is increased by $20.

You can undo the following cash entries:

  • Cash Collected ‐ When you undo a Cash Collected entry, the system posts a Tip Out entry for the same amount.

  • Tip Out ‐ When you undo a Tip Out entry, the system posts a Cash Collected entry for the same amount.

  • Cash In ‐ When you undo a Cash In entry, the system posts a Cash Out entry for the same amount.

  • Cash Out ‐ When you undo a Cash Out entry, the system posts a Cash In entry for the same amount.

  • Cash Drop ‐ When you undo a Cash Drop entry, the system posts an Undo Cash Drop entry for the same amount.

  • Pay Out ‐ When you undo a Pay Out entry, the system posts an Undo Pay Out entry for the same amount.

The following sections provide more information about undoing cash entries.

Undoing cash entries on the Toast POS device

When you undo cash entries on the Toast POS device, the operations also open the physical cash drawer, so that you can manually add or remove cash to adjust the cash balance. For this reason, you must have the POS Access > No Sale permission to perform any undo cash entry operation.

To undo a cash entry on the Toast POS device

  1. From Cash Management mode on the Toast POS device, tap Cash Drawers and then select the cash drawer from the list.

  2. In the cash drawer view, tap the cash entry that you want to undo.

    The Cash Entry Details dialog box displays, as in this Pay Out example:

    The Toast POS device showing the Cash Entry Details dialog for a cash entry.
  3. In the Cash Entry Details dialog box, tap Undo Entry.

  4. When the physical cash drawer opens, add or remove cash as required and then close the drawer.

As a result, the cash drawer displays the undone cash entry and the Balance field is adjusted for the undone amount. In this example, a $20 Pay Out entry has been undone:

The Toast POS device showing a cash drawer with an undone cash entry.
Undoing cash entries from the back-end

When you undo cash entries from the Toast administration back-end, the operations do not open the physical cash drawer. Therefore, if you want to manually add or remove cash, you must issue a No Sale command from the Toast POS device.

To undo a cash entry from the Toast administration back-end

  1. Access the Toast administration back-end.

  2. Choose Reports > Cash and loss management > Drawer history to open the Cash Drawer History report.

  3. Locate the desired cash drawer listed across the top and scroll to the bottom of its column.

  4. At the bottom of the column, click View.

  5. In the Cash entries section, click the Undo icon for the cash entry you want to undo:

    The Undo icon for undoing cash entries from the Toast administration back-end.
  6. Click OK when you are prompted to confirm the undo operation.

As a result, the Cash Drawer History report displays the undone cash entry and the cash drawer's balance is adjusted for the undone amount.