AR Summary or AR By Customer

Summary

These reports show the balances that are in Accounts Receivable. Orders must have been picked-up and have a balances due to appear in A/Rs. The "A/R Summary" report gives only the totals for each customer, whereas the "A/R By Customer" report lists each invoice separately.

Report Breakdown

Company Name: The name of the customer for these orders.
Contact: The accounts payable contact name for this customer.
Phone: The phone number of the contact.
Total: The sum of the orders in Ars for this customer.
Balance: The sum of the remaining balance due for all orders in ARs for this customer.
0-30: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 0 and 30 days from the report date.
31-60: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 31 and 60 days from the report date.
61-90: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 61 and 90 days from the report date.
>90: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up over 90 days from the report date.

Detail Fields

Company: The name of the customer for these orders.
Contact: The name of the contact for this store. This may or may not be the same person as the AP Contact.
AP Contact: The accounts payable contact name for this customer.
Phone: The phone number of the contact.
Order: The number of the order in question.
Description: The description that was entered on the order.
Sales: The Date that the Sale took place on.
Total: The amount of the order.
Days: The amount of days that the order is past due.
Balance: The balance of the order on the day that the report was run.
Credit Balance: The amount of credit that the customer has.
Totals: Give the total amount that the customer owes you. I.E. - If the customer has 2 orders that are in AR, then it will add up the 2 amounts and give you this number.
Grand Total: Totals up the numbers in each of the columns.
0-30: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 0 and 30 days from the report date.
31-60: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 31 and 60 days from the report date.
61-90: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up between 61 and 90 days from the report date.
>90 days: The sum of all orders with a balance due that were picked up over 90 days from the report date.

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