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Accounts Receivable Aging Report

I have a excel file with 8000 rows. It is an worksheet of AR invoice aging.
I want to be able to create spreadsheets for the following. 1. Total Company
Aging - (summary of this spredsheet) 2. Summary Aging per Customer #
(summary of each customer) I have a total of 400 customers in this file. I
don't know how to use VGA - just formuals. I can go the vlook ups, but I am
just a beginner with those. Any suggestions/ideas as to how I can manage
this data? If you have other ideas I would like to hear them. I know
someone out there has done this before. At my old job I had some programers
that could do this for me. Here I am that person if I want the report.
HELP!! Thanks!
EX: these are the column headings that I have. I have to manually age
into the correct column because the system can't do it.
Customer Name AR # Custome Service# Invoice Date Invoice Total
Invoice# PO# Invoice Terms Due Date Current 1-30 31-60 61-90 91-120 >120

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I'm trying to create an Accounts Receivable "aging report", using Excel
2003. I've got a field (a date field), that provides the date of invoice.
I'd like then to add 30, 60, or 90 days from that date, and call that the
"Due Date" for payment in another column.


I'm trying to create an Accounts Receivable "aging report", using Excel
2003. I've got a field (a date field), that provides the date of invoice.
I'd like then to add 30, 60, or 90 days from that date, and call that the
"Due Date" for payment in another column.


We have purchased another company and their programming for their AR Aging
report does not accurately apply credits against debits. The report looks
like there old invoices due but usually net to zero. Is there a quick
function or calculation in Excel that can help with the proper bucketing of
these amounts??

I am looking for an EXCEL template or formulas to calculate inventory shelf
life by days. Something like an accounts receivable aging report. Is this
possible? If so, how?

I am trying to use the function SumIf to come up with totals for 30, 60, 90
day sub-totals for a list of invoices. Column C has the invoice dates and
column Q has the outstanding balance due on the invoice. I have found that I
could not get any totals when using Today() function in the criteria, I could
only use the exact date for either the 30 day or the 90 day situation. I
could not figure out a way to find subtotals for dates between 60 and 90. For
the 30 day I am using a criteria for anything less than 30 days and then
subtracting the totals for the other two sub-totals. The forumlas I have used
as listed below:
Thirty Day: =SUMIF($C$7:$C$200,"

I am trying to build a accounts receivable aged report in excel.
My problem is once I record date paid, (F5) Days past due (I5) still counts as if
it was over due.
Some how I need to put these two formulas to together, but have no clue as
to how to do that.

(I5) Counts how many days past due bast on (E1) Due date of invoice
=IF($E$1-E5>30, $E$1-E5, " ")

(F5) Date invoice was paid.

Please help.

I've tried the simple formula in the thread found below, and discovered that
if I use an initial date in 2005, and a "due" date in 2006, it doesn't seem
to work. Can anybody tell me why? I must be doing something wrong. ( I'm
reposting to both the programming and worksheet function boards, because my
post below didn't seem to get any attention.



I've had a chance to try out your sample. If I understand the script
correctly, I'll not only get a clear snapshot of overdue collections within
the 30,60,and 90 day timeframes, but I can total them up too! For some
reason, the formula doesn't seem to work over the 2005-2006 window though.
If I date an Due date back in November 1 2005 (not so unusual in today's
environment), for instance -- using the TODAY date in the formula. The
invoice amount doesn't show up in the 60 day window that I'd expect to see
it. Did I do something wrong?

"Ron Coderre" wrote:

> See if this example is gets you pointed in the right direction:
> A1: DueDate
> B1: InvAmt
> C1: 30_Days
> D1: 60_Days
> E1: 90_Days
> F1: Over_90
> A2: (some date)
> B2: (an invoice amount)
> C2: =IF(TRUNC(($A2-TODAY())/30)=0,$B2,"")
> D2: =IF(TRUNC(($A2-TODAY())/30)=1,$B2,"")
> E2: =IF(TRUNC(($A2-TODAY())/30)=2,$B2,"")
> F2: =IF(TRUNC(($A2-TODAY())/30)>=3,$B2,"")
> (copy the formulas in C2 thru F2 down as far as you need)
> Does that help?
> ***********
> Regards,
> Ron
> XL2002, WinXP-Pro
> "PSikes" wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to create an Accounts Receivable "aging report", using Excel
> > 2003. I've got a field (a date field), that provides the date of invoice.
> > I'd like then to add 30, 60, or 90 days from that date, and call that the
> > "Due Date" for payment in another column.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Peter
> >

I receive an AR report showing statements billed and payments made by
customers for the last 12 months. It also shows the current balance.
I have been asked to create an aging report that determines if any of
the current balance is 30, 60 or 90 days overdue. Statements and
Payments are on separate rows and can vary widely. For example one
report I saw showed 5 months unpaid and when the customer finally did
pay they only part of one bill. Accounting always pays the older bill
first. I understand how to create the days overdue formulas but to
track unpaid amounts from over many rows is causing me a headache. I
can also write a VBA program to “look-back” several rows to determine
which bill this partial payment should be applied to but that started
to get way too complex. There must be a simpler way to determine
aging on the current balance. Any help will be appreciated.

I'm useing the newest version of Microsoft Office (2003??), and I want to do
my invoices in Excel and I would like to if and how to have the invoices
tracked in the Excel Accounts Receivable Report.

I need to create an aging worksheet. I have a template I downloaded from but it isn't complete. I want to figure out a way to have it automatically figure out it the account is 30,60,90,120 days past due and move the amount to that column. I then need to figure out the total % in each column.

Below is a snapshot of file...

Hello there

I am sure this is a pretty simple problem for all the excel experts out there...unfortunately I am not one of them

I am trying to generate an aging report (ie Current, >30, >60, >90) by referencing a worksheet that has A1:A100 populated with dates.

What I would like to do is count the number of dates in column A and reference current date populate a separate worksheet with a count total of how many fall into current, >30, >60 days etc etc

Not sure I explained it properly but hopefully someone can help.

I'm a collector for accounts receivable departament. Many times I just received a check for a total amount and it is hard to find out what exactly the customer is paying. Any help on this matter will be really appreciated.


Has anyone written any macros to age the amounts that could be used with the
Accounts Receivable Aging template that's downloadable from this site?

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Good Afternoon,

I currently have an aging report with the below data:

1-30 Days 31-60 Days 61 - 90 Days Sum
a. -2491.02 100 368.98 -2022.04
b. -5,000 29443.04 -5,000 19,443.04
c. 10.18 5.00 28.95 44.13

What I require is that for the greatest absolute value to be populated in
the below table which will show which period the overall sum of aging
pertains to. I have used IF statements however I was unable to get this to
work due to the negative amounts.

1-30 Days 31-60 Days 61 - 90 Days
a. -2022.04
b. 19,443.04
c. 44.13

Please let me know if you have a solution for this.


I ve worksheet with
Supplier Name
Inv No.
Inv Date
I wmant to make an aging report, could it possible with pivot table

I save an SAP aging report as an Excel spreadsheet, but the formatting needs
to be done. I would like to create a macro or a template so that the report
is formatted to my specific needs.

hi i am looking for Project Aging Report, if you all savvy people can help me with some sample , would be great

Thanks in advance


I'm trying to create an A/P aging report in Excel. I cannot seem to create a complete formula using dates. I want to plug in invoice dates and amounts and have "Total" cells for all invoices between 31-60 days, 62-90, etc, from the current date. I would like this to be a"living" formula that updates when the workbook is opened. Hours have been spent on this and I'm sure this is easy...just not for me ! Thank you for any assistance you can offer. -Kimberly


I am trying to customize an aging report, column will be 30, 60, 90 120 + I would like the amount to show under each column. The charge amount for $252.38 each day. Thanks

Looking for excel spreadsheet template for account receivable customer history.

Dear all, pl. help me this.

I have three columns

Item No. > Date of issue > Qty

Now i want ageing report like;
Qty issued on every three months gap.

e.g. qty issued
Item No. 3months 6 months 9months



I need your help in creating a Macro for preparing a Aging Report.

In the sample sheet I have Raw Data sheet and in that it has to look for Close time column and if it is empty it need to copy the data in another sheet named Aging Data (As in sample sheet).

I need the Pivot table as shown in the sample data and in that I have added Column H & I using today () function & below code manually. Please help me to automate it.

=IF(H4<=3,"0 to 3 days",(IF(AND(H4>=4,H4<=7)," 4 to 7 Days",(IF(AND(H4>=8,H4<=15)," 8
to 15 Days",(IF(H4>15,"> 15 Days","")))))))
Note: The data is not constant and vary.

Thanks in advance for your help!!


I am trying to do a receivables aging report utilizing a pivot table.
In my aging column I have values:
Current, >30 days, >60 days, >90 days & >120 days.

When I create a pivot table using the aging column as the column heading for my report it presents the column headings in the following order left to right:
>120 days, >30 days, >60 days, >90 days, current.
See example below.

I would like it to display left to right as:
Current, >30 days, >60 days, >90 days, >120 days

Is this possible?

I've been provided a text file (sample.txt) which I desire to import into
It is too big to open in Notepad (a message provided), and I don't seem
to have Wordpad (on my PC,,??), so just to view it and get an idea
of how it is layed out I opened it in MS Word (I've got Office XP).

The data is exactly like it appears IN HARD-COPY. It is a detailed
Accounts Receivable transaction report reflecting ALL transactions for
a full month - Cust Name, PrevBal, Charges (vertical), payments, etc...

The data is in portrait-layout and word-wrapping and snaking columns is
everywhere..^%^(*)*,,, Looks to me that this text file needs "cleaning up"
before I attempt to open with Excel.
Where can I go (to get what I need) in order to find out what I need to do?
Wow, that was a mouth full.

Any help greatly appreciated,,

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