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What is Summary Billing?
Summary Billing is a free service that consolidates your accounts into one summarized monthly bill with a single due date.

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Can I combine Wisconsin and Michigan accounts into Summary Billing?
If you have accounts in Wisconsin and Michigan, you must have two Summary Bills — one for each state.

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How many accounts can I combine into Summary Billing?
Maximum number of contracts in a group is 100. Summary Billing will reflect the total due for all accounts. NOTE: You must pay the entire amount due.

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What if I am unable to pay the entire amount due?
If you cannot pay the entire amount, you must send in individual bill stubs and separate payments for each account. If this becomes a recurring issue, we may remove your accounts from Summary Billing.

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What if I want to pay extra on my Summary Bill?
If you choose to pay extra, you must send in individual bill stubs and separate payments for each account. If this becomes a recurring issue we may remove your accounts from summary billing.

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Can I use Summary Billing and Automatic Payment together?
Yes, they work well together.

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Can I use Summary Billing with e-Bill Paperless Billing?
No, unfortunately e-Bill requires each account to process separately. Using Preferred Due Date can schedule each account to be due at the same time, which can provide you the ability to pay them together.

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