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How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

I have a customer who's purchase orders are given with terms EOM+90.

 

If it were EOM+30, I think I could figure out how to do it, but the +90 doesn't seem doable.

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QuickBooks Team

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

Hello,

 

Managing your sales efficiently is crucial for your business growth. The great news is, QuickBooks Desktop offers a rich feature-set where you can set up different payment terms to meet your customer's needs. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Select Lists at the top.
  2. Select Customer & Supplier Profile Lists.
  3. Select Terms List.
  4. From the Terms drop-down menu on the left, choose New.
  5. Enter a name for the new payment term.
  6. Select Standard if you want to have a payment due within a specific number of days from the invoice date.
  7. Select Date Driven if you want to enter the day of the month that a payment is required within the due date.
  8. Select OK.

To know more about how to set up payment terms, check this community article.

 

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Experienced Member

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

QuickBooks Team

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

I've read your post and provided an answer based on my understanding of the details you provided. If my reply doesn't apply to what you're trying to achieve, I'll be happy to explore further options for you. Can you clarify what you're trying to do? I'm here to help.

Experienced Member

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

My customer's terms are end of month + 90 days. I want to set up terms that do that, and I don't see any way to do anything more than EOM+30 using the date driven option (and I'm not sure that that would work either)

QuickBooks Team

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

You're right and I see exactly what you mean. To create EOM+ (n days) terms, the date driven option is the way to go. That being said, the system is limited to EOM+30 days due to the option being " Due the next month if issued within x days of due date".

At this level, I can't see any possible workarounds. I'll make sure to forward this to my development team. I'll also leave the conversation open so our users that experienced this situation can comment.

Experienced Member

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

Okay, thanks for your help WassimO. I'll just use Net 90 in the meantime.

QuickBooks Team

Re: How to create EOM+90 terms for a customer

You're welcome don18. Have a great evening!