The selections you make in this window change the current report. You can
make as many—or as few—changes as you need.
Days per aging period?
The number of days determines how far back in time the report shows aging
periods for unpaid invoices or bills.
For example, if the aging period of the report is 30 days and you enter 120 days in this field, the report breaks out the due and overdue amounts into
these columns: Current, 1-30,
31-60, 61-90, 91-120, and
Age through how many days?
The number of days sets the length of the aging periods shown in the
For example, if your enter 15, the report breaks out due and overdue amounts
into these columns: Current, 1-15,
16-30, 31-45, and so on.
This setting determines how QuickBooks calculates a customer's open
balance in the aging report.
Select Current to show the customer's open balance as
of today. All payments received through today's date are reflected in the
open balances shown in the report.
Select As of Report Date to show the customer's open
balance as of the ending date of the report. This lets you view your
customers' open balances as of a date other than today. Payments received
after the ending date of the report are not reflected in the open balances
shown in the report.