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Does anyone know how this report runs? The filter for date is called "Starting Date", as opposed to "As Of Date". I've never seen any kind of aging report with a starting date. What does it mean by that? Is it the same as an As of Date? And, if so, what is it aging by -- due date? Posting date? I've gotten some odd results when I compare it to the AR Aging Report.
Thanks for any insight!
The Starting Date would be considered the As of Date to apply against the Due Date field. So below is my report. My Elkhorn Invoice has a Due Date of 2/15/21 and this would be considered, today, 31-60 days past due.
Hope this helps.
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