Value dating payments
You specify the number of months to add to the invoice date and the date in that month on which the transaction is due.
Assume that you set up a payment term code for: You enter a transaction with an invoice date of May 20. To specify a due date for the last day of the month, use a proximate month of 0 and proximate days of 31.
The customer has until June 24 to remit their payment to receive a 1 percent discount; otherwise, the payment is due July 10.
Use split payment terms when you want the system to divide the transaction evenly into multiple payments with different due dates and the number of days between the second and subsequent payments is constant.
The system multiplies the gross amount by the discount percent to calculate the discount available.
It then adds the discount days to the invoice date to determine the discount due date.
Payment terms are used by the JD Edwards Enterprise One Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable systems to specify a payment due date and, optionally, a discount percent and discount due date.
Payment terms enable you to enter invoices and vouchers more efficiently because the system calculates the due dates and discounts for you.
For example, if you want all transactions due at the end of the year regardless of when they were entered, enter a due date of December 31, 2006.Service charges: none Account maintenance fee: none Credit Interest Rate May be negotiated, under separate agreement Debit Interest Rate Varies according to the Danish market conditions Minimum balance requirement: nil Statements of Account By SWIFT: free By letter: free Audit Reports Confirmation of balances, etc.: free Provision of full audit information: DKK 850 Account balances are manually reviewed on a daily basis to minimise the risk of misposting. Correspondents are contacted by SWIFT/telephone, as appropriate. Tom Frederiksen, Manager, International Payments E-mail: [email protected] The system multiplies the gross amount by the discount percent to calculate the discount available, and adds the discount days to the invoice date to calculate the discount due date.The system calculates a discount due date of June 24 and a net due date of July 10.You specify the work day rule for a due date rule using the Due Date Rule Revisions program (P00146).