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Accounts receivable graph

How do I create this graph?

To do this task

  1. Go to the Reports menu and choose Customers & Receivables.

  2. Click Accounts Receivable Graph.

What this graph tells you

The bar graph at the top shows how much your customers owe you as of today, and how much is overdue by up to 30, 60, 90, and over 90 days.

The pie chart at the bottom shows a breakdown of unpaid balances by customer for the current year-to-date. The legend to the right of the pie chart shows you the customer that each pie slice represents.

Date range

You can change the aging date.

To do this task

  1. Click the Dates button on the report window button bar.

  2. Enter the date for which you want to start the aging for the bar graph.

    The pie chart will use the same date as its year-to-date.

What does "aging" mean?

This term refers to the tracking of outstanding invoices and unpaid bills. For both A/R (accounts receivable) and A/P (accounts payable), QuickBooks offers preset aging reports that show how much is currently due, and how much is overdue. For example, an A/R aging summary report breaks down what your customers owe so that you can see how much is:

  • Currently due.

  • 31 to 60 days overdue.

  • 61 to 90 days overdue.

  • Over 90 days overdue.

See also

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