mj

fourth glass now

yes you do age receivables if they are not due

over 180 days means they are oustanding for 180 days

might be due in 210 days

but the age of that receivable is 180 days- read report again

if you have an accounting policy that allows you to set up sales in advance in accounts receivable the amounts are set in advance,  and in many cases they could be due to be paid  180 days- thus your receivable is 180  days old

thats not a collection issue

thats a revenue recognition issue

thats it

on to glass five