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Why should a dealer print customer statements after purging Accounts Receivable (A/R)?



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Asked by Eciquiz, Last updated: Dec 22, 2020

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Answered Dec 05, 2017

To include solely open invoices on any client statement. Purging A/R removes all invoices with zero balances, therefore solely open invoices can be seen on statements. You will print statements later, as long as you enter the proper aging and cutoff dates. Average days to pay isn't usually shown to the client on a press release.

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Answered Sep 05, 2017

To include only open invoices on any customer statement.

Purging A/R removes all invoices with zero balances, so only open invoices will appear on statements afterward. You can print statements later, as long as you enter the right aging and cutoff dates. Average days to pay is not generally shown to the customer on a statement.
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