Invoice Due Date

The Invoice Due Date field is located in the Other tab in the Invoice screen. This field can be calculated automatically based on the Payment Terms, or it can be changed manually on the Invoice.

Accounting Exporters

The accounting exporters (Xero, MYOB, Quickbooks etc) export the Due Date based on the following priority order, i.e. if one value doesn't exist then the Due Date is calculated from the next value.

  1. Invoice Due Date value located in the Other tab of the Invoice screen.
    This can be automatically calculated based on the Payment Terms. Please refer to the Payment Terms help doc.
  2. Days Due (Default) field in the Options tab of the Accounting Exporter.
    This behaves like a fall-back. If there is no specific Invoice Due Date, then the default days due are exported.
  3. Invoice Date field located in the Invoice screen.
    If steps 1 or 2 do not have a value, then the Date Due is the same as the Invoice Date.

Payments Outstanding

The Invoice Due Date is also reflected in the Date Due tab and column in Payments > Payments Outstanding (accessed from the main menu strip at the top). It is also used in the Send Overdue Reminders tab. Refer to the Payments Outstanding help doc.

Tax Invoice Template

As standard, the Invoice Due Date value will appear on the Tax Invoice preview, in the center of the page just to the right of the Payment Terms.

Email Templates

An {InvoiceDueDate} placeholder is available for email templates (in both the Subject and Message body) to auto-populate when sending emails.

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