There’s a problem with the Aged Receivables report.
Invoices that are created without a Due Date all seem to come up under an “Overdue” column, even if they were just created. I would think that an invoice without a Due Date would always be current (“Coming Due”), by definition.
Here is an example. The $127.16 invoice has a due date that hasn’t arrived yet, while the $600.00 invoice has no due date:
In the Aged Receivables report, the $127.16 invoice appears appropriately as Coming Due (current), while the $600.00 invoice appears incorrectly as 1-30 Days Overdue:
Furthermore, clicking on the
$600.00 hyperlink under the 1-30 Days Overdue column brings up an empty New Sales Invoice screen instead of bringing up the Sales Invoices ledger for the supposedly overdue invoice. Clicking on the
$127.16 hyperlink under the Coming Due column brings up a table with all the invoices for this customer, including the $600.00 one and even a third one that was paid off 2 months ago (which shouldn’t be there at all, really).