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Money 2.28

The following sections provide information about changes that affect the way a restaurant receives payments.


The following sections provide information about new and improved functionality.

Tax Amounts Rounded Before Calculating Check Totals

The Toast POS system now rounds fractional currency amounts for tax amounts before adding them to calculate check totals. Fractional currency amounts might be caused by percentage tax rates. For example, $10.123456 is a fractional currency amount. Previously, the system added tax amounts to calculate a check total and then rounded fractional currency amounts for checks.

EMV Card Reader Update Improvements

The option to update an EMV card reader for a Toast POS device now offers a separate option to check for updates. When an update is available, you can now choose whether to install the update immediately or not. Previously, the only option was to install an update immediately, and no information was provided about whether an update was actually available.

To check for updates for an EMV card reader, you access Toast POS device setup. In the Payment Processing section, select EMV Card Reader Update.


Customers who participated in a beta test of EMV on eDynamo card readers will be prompted to update any card readers that are not already running the most up-to-date version of the eDynamo software.


The following sections provide information about fixed problems.

Eliminated Occasional Delay After Credit Card Swiping

A problem that resulted in occasional delays in POS device functionality after swiping a credit card has been fixed. Previously, in specific configurations, swiping a credit card might cause a POS device to freeze for several seconds.

Increased Reliability for Chargeback Notification Processing

This release corrects an error that could occasionally cause delays in chargeback notifications. Previously, a limitation on the number of chargeback jobs that could be processed occasionally resulted in delays.