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Invoice Dates

The date you enter on your invoice is significant because a variety of calculations result from that date:

  • The invoice date is coordinated with the criteria you enter in the Terms field to help QuickBooks determine when the customer payment is due.

  • The invoice due date is considered when QuickBooks produces Accounts Receivable Aging Reports, which show overdue customer payments in increments of 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and so on.

  • The invoice date is significant when you issue statements to customers and assess finance charges. When you set Finance Charge Preferences, you must indicate whether finance charges are to be assessed based on the date of the invoice or the due date based on the terms you indicated.

  • The invoice date combined with the payment terms you set determine when the invoice appears in your Reminders window as being overdue.


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