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Add dropdown of term due date (EOM, Net 30 etc) Merged

Currently you can only set a number of days for due date. Most companies work to EOM (End of Month) plus 30, so all invoices issued to a supplier in March are due 30 April. At the moment, you have to manually change every new invoice's due date. Having a drop box would enable Net 7, Net 30, EOM + 30 etc.

  • Guest
  • Jun 18 2020
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  • Guest commented
    31 May 06:51am

    Really do need this option please ! 30 days EOM is the absolute norm in this day and age !!!!

  • Guest commented
    5 Apr 12:37pm

    I cannot believe we are still asking for this? What possible reason does Sage have for not implementing it?

  • Guest commented
    21 Feb 02:09pm

    hoping this is implemented soon. the majority of our invoices are raised on 30 days EOM and i have to manually change the due date on each invoice. Very frustrating

  • Guest commented
    8 Dec, 2021 01:43pm

    Cannot believe we are still asking for this. cannot be too complicated to implement.

    It looks awful on customer statements!

  • Guest commented
    18 Nov, 2021 12:12pm

    messing customers about. looks bad on statements. should be end off month

  • Guest commented
    19 Jul, 2021 12:43pm

    I would actually go further and make the selection based on a default option in SETUP

  • Guest commented
    17 Mar, 2021 02:52pm

    Really struggling with the on area of sage cloud! i used Sage 50 for some 20 years and always had the choice of being able to age Customer/Supplier invoices by date or net values ( net monthly!) by a simple global setting! The implementation in Sage cloud is terrible. One should not have to adjust every invoice due date just to gain compatibility with what is the normal commercial invoicing practise. Like others I may have to consider jumping to other software if this is not implemented soon!
    Sage !! the lack of this feature really lets this product down !

  • Guest commented
    6 Feb, 2021 02:46pm

    Pleased to hear it is "in the works"...please make it possible a.s.a.p.

  • Guest commented
    4 Feb, 2021 04:25pm

    I posted a comment back in the summer and also called as this is a major issue for us all, I am currently looking at other software due to this problem and dreading the setting up again. I love using the software therefore really hope this can be sorted out :)

  • Guest commented
    3 Feb, 2021 08:24am

    It is really needed that Sage put this facility on the programme to be able to have the option for 30/60/90 days FROM Month End, as this is how many, many companies set their Credit Terms, and currently the Creditors/Debtors Aged reports are causing quite some distress, until I remind Business owners, that it can only report on Invoice Dates, which they - AND the Chartered Accountants firm I carry out work for find very lacking. We have had this facility for many years on Sage 50/C so it is quite normal requirement for many businesses.

  • Guest commented
    23 Oct, 2020 09:26am

    Even if in Purchase Quick Entries or Sales Quick Quick Entries, if next to the invoice date column there was a due date column.

  • Guest commented
    14 Oct, 2020 03:36pm

    I import all our sales invoices from the excel template as a quick entry therefore I am unable to do anything with the payment terms as the invoices go by the payment terms set up in the customers account, the only way I can solve this issue is to manually put in each invoice which defeats the object of getting this software and having the benefit of the import facility due to the sheer volume of sales invoices we raise each day.

  • Guest commented
    14 Jul, 2020 08:47am

    Agreed, I have some who use 15th of following month so term is anything from 16 to 46 days depending on date.