As I wrote before, “If you want the original due date, no calculation is necessary, just a click on the relevant View button.” Do this while looking at the customer’s list of invoices.
I am not sure why. Every unpaid invoice is listed. If it is past due, it is overdue and should be paid, no matter what the due date was.
No. Nothing will show in the Overdue column until the invoice is past due. On the day after the due date, it will show as 1 day overdue, regardless of whether the sales invoice was due immediately or in 3 years.
Certainly, in a fully customized world, you might design a customer statement with different information than the one in Manager. But Manager’s statement format is fairly typical. The aging summary at the bottom is meant as only a rough guide to how delinquent the customer is.
If you think about it, you really do not want to help a customer prioritize overdue invoices too finely. If your customer wants to ignore the terms of your sales invoice and pay on some delayed schedule, make them work at it. Your goal should be to collect everything that is overdue as quickly as possible.