Accounts Receivable Aging Report shows the bucket-wise aging of the total A/R.
An accounts receivable aging report is a record of overdue invoices from a specific time period that is used to measure the financial health of the company and its customers.
The Accounts Receivable (A/R) Aging report has high significance due to its ability to measure the overall financial health of a practice.
The A/R Aging report breaks down claims based on the number of days they have been in receivables (i.e., the number of days they have been unpaid). It is sorted into columns such as: Current, 1-30 days past due, 31-60 days past due, 61-90 days past due, 91-120 days past due, and 121-150 days past due,151-180 days past due and 180+ days past due.
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Sample D7 report