Customer Aging Report: Header Area

Use the Header area to configure date ranges for the Customer Aging report.  
Header Area Fields


Used for


Provide a name for the report.

  • It is a required field. If you do not provide a name for the report, you will not be able to save the report.

Days (Interval?)

Determine an aging period that is an interval for grouping unpaid debts. The aging period is defined in Days.

By default, the interval is 30 days. It means that the duration of each aging period is 30 days.  

In the generated reports, debts are grouped/sorted by intervals:

  • Up to 30 days old
  • 31 to 60 days old
  • 61 to 90 days old
  • Etc based on the specified number of outstanding days.

However, you can change the default interval, if necessary.

Days past due/ Number of Days Outstanding

The number of days between the aging date and the due date. The indicated number of outstanding days outline the period of time to include on the report.

By default, the number of outstanding days is 180.  However, you can change it if required.

  • The specified number of outstanding days is divided into intervals in accordance with the value in the Days(Interval?) field.

Date to (Aging date?)

A date for which you want to view customer outstanding balances. The age of debts is determined according to this date.

  • By default, the current date is set in as an aging date. However, you can change it if necessary.
After checking or modifying header details, you can generate the customer aging report based on the specified information and default grouping and summarizing methods.
More information
Customer Aging Report: Default Grouping
Customer Aging Report: Default Summarizing