38.2 Accounts Receivable

Accounts Receivable System features can be accessed from the Select, Data Entry, Reports and Maintenance sections off the main accounting system menu. The following list outlines these features and how they can be chosen from the main menu:


Accounts Receivable

Sales Tax Rates

Payment Terms

Aging Periods


Inventory Products

Customers .............. (Print)

Customers Alpha. by Name

Inventory Master List

Inventory Price List

Data Entry

Accounts Receivable


Customer credit memos

Invoices by Customer ...... (Print)

Invoices by Customer with Detail

Aged Accounts Inquiry


Accounts Receivable

Aged Accounts Receivable ... (Print)

Aged Accounts with Detail

Invoices by Customer

Invoices by Customer with Detail

Invoice Forms

Statement Register


Open Item Statements

Credit Memo Forms


Delete Old

Paid Invoices

The Accounts Receivable manual covers the following procedures:

coreman20000000.gif Customers: The data entry of the customer master file.

coreman20000000.gif Invoices: The data entry of customer invoices. How to update or delete invoices.

coreman20000000.gif Customer credit memos: The data entry of customer credit memos. Credit memos are entered using an entirely different screen.

coreman20000000.gif Inventory Products: The data entry of inventory products. Inventory products are used when entering the detail lines of the invoice or credit memo.

coreman20000000.gif Aged Accounts Inquiry: This screen provides a way of quickly examining aged customer accounts.

coreman20000000.gif Delete Old Paid Invoices: The process to delete old paid invoices from the record system. Doing this process frees up space in the record system and helps maintain an accurate accounts receivable invoice system.

coreman20000000.gif Setting Up the Beginning Accounts Receivable Balances for Customers: This step is done as part of the original setup. It should be noted that beginning balances of customers are entered by the use of an actual invoice.