Music Teachers Helper Special

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For years and years I looked at Music Teachers Helper and thought what a great program it was.  I even signed up for the free trial, tried out some features but didn’t really use it to its fullest since I could only have a few students on it for free.  Finally after years of doing research I decided to dive in all the way and subscribe.  A year and half later and I will never go back to the old way of doing things.  I just wonder why I waited so long.

After the initial data entry, Music Teachers Helper has saved me so much time.  I love the invoice feature and how I can give the options for families in my studio to pay online via PayPal, especially when they are coming up on the last day of the grace period before the late fee applies.  The calendar feature is wonderful and helps keep not only the teacher more organized but families as well.  You can even send reminders for lessons, special events, etc…  There is even a lending library feature that I have come to enjoy.  And every year come tax season Music Teachers Helper has it all, even travel expenses that it has made taxes so much easier.

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Some other things I really like about MTH is how quickly they respond to questions, listen to input and needs and implement them, the video tutorials and all the resources they provide to help make MTH work best for the music teacher!

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  1. Aleta

    Could you make a comment about the grace period before late fees apply to your studio payments, please. I so often find students/parents falling behind on payments and would like to add something like this to my teaching policies.
    Thanks. I appreciate your blog and ideas!

  2. foxxpianostudio

    Yes! I used to have my tuition due the first lesson of the month and then a late fee applied if I didn’t get it by then. But usually what I would do with those families is tell them if they get it in by the end of the week I would waive the late fee.

    However since using MTH, I now have tuition due the 1st of the month and have a 3 day grace period. If I don’t get the tuition by the 1st I then send an email reminder saying they need to get it in by the end of the 3 day grace period or they will be re-invoiced with the late fee added. I do remind them of the PayPal option and most will do that if they are up against time. I definitely prefer doing it this way. I haven’t had to charge a late fee since doing that so far.

    Hope that helps!


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