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Payment terms printing on invoices

Hi there, 

 

We have selected "In a Given # of Days" and then entered 30 in the Balance Due days in our Customers Card files on the Selling tab. Our terms are 30 Days from Date of Invoice. However, our invoices keep printing Net 30 as our Payment Terms, which is generally known as 30 Days from End of Month.

 

How do I get our invoices to print "30 Days from Date of Invoice" rather than "Net 30"?

 

Kind Regards, Jo

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Re: Payment terms printing on invoices

Hi @Jobird

 

When you add the [Terms] field onto a customise forms this will pull the terms listed on an invoice. The Terms listed on the invoice can be seen in the top right of the Enter Sales window. These terms do have their format, for example, In a given no. of days would be Net xx (where xx is the number of days) or in other words, the full invoice value (i.e. Net) is to be paid in x days.

 

If you would rather have the actual listed values i.e. 30 days from invoice date you could look at adding a text box to the customise form that includes that information. The downside of this is that if a customer does have a different set of terms you would not be able to use that form for their invoices. Also if the terms do update you would need to update the text box information.

Kind regards,
Steven

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