Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Aging Reports in Oracle Apps Receivables - Quick Overview

Overview

Aging reports are used to review information about your open items so as to know how much funds have been held up and with whom. Aging reports display the customers who have outstanding balances and the amount each customer owes us which also helps to expedite the collection process.  Receivables aging reports Do Not include customers with a zero outstanding balance.
These reports can print both detail and summary information about your customer’s current and past due invoices, debit memos, and charge backs.  Receivables also gives the option to see credit memos, on–account credits, unidentified payments, and on–account and unapplied cash amounts.
As mentioned above, Oracle Receivables ages the transactions according to due date. The aging reports however select transactions according to gl date
Receivables aging reports includes all open items whose gl_date is before or the same as the “as of date” entered, and whose gl_date_closed is after the “as of date”. The default value for “as of date” is the current date.


 Categories of Aging Reports 

Receivables aging reports are categorized as follows:
  • Aging – By Account
  • Aging – By Amount
  • Aging – By Collector
  • Aging – By Salesperson 


 Report Parameters for Aging Reports 

Aging Bucket Name:  
Specify the bucket set from which the report information needs to be printed. The default bucket set is 'Standard'.
As of Date:
Specify the date as of which the transactions need to be aged. Receivables includes all open items whose GL date is before or the same as this date. The default is the current date.
Order By:
The option you want Receivables to use to sort your information. For example, you can sort by:
·        Customer Name (Aging - 4 and 7 Bucket reports)
·         Transaction Type (Aging - 4 and 7 Bucket reports)
·        Balance Due (only for 7 Buckets - By Amount report)
·        Salesperson (only for 7 Buckets - By Salesperson report)
Report Format:
The “Brief” format prints customer name and customer number with item information while the “Detailed” format prints address and contact address as well.
Report Summary:
The “Invoice Summary” option prints information on all customers' debit items.
The “Customer Summary” option prints customers' names with their total debit item balances.
Show on Account:
Specify whether to print credit items for your customers.
·        Do Not Show: Receivables does not display any of your identified or unidentified payments, or on-account credit memos.
·        Age: Receivables ages your credit items and includes the credit amounts in the appropriate aging bucket columns.
·        Summarize: Receivables displays the sum of your credit items in the Customer Credit Memos, Customer Payments, and the Customer Balance rows. This is the default option.
Show Receipts at Risk:
Receipts at Risk are receipts that have either not been cleared or factored receipts that have not been risk eliminated. Select one of the following values for your report:
·        Age:- Include receipts at risk in this report. Receivables displays the receipts at risk with other open receipts in the appropriate bucket and includes them when determining the customer's balance.
·        Summarize:- Receivables displays the sum of your receipts at risk in the Customer Credit Memos, Customer Payments, and the Customer Balance rows.
Do Not Show :- Receipts at risk will not be included in this report. This value is used as the default.


2 Responses to “Aging Reports in Oracle Apps Receivables - Quick Overview”

Deepak Perwani collection said...
February 21, 2012 at 9:29 AM

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Anonymous said...
July 10, 2013 at 7:37 PM

There is a report in AR named as Aging -7 bucket consolidated report .now the requirement is that for each bucket they need the on account also for example (1-30)past due what is the on account for this bucket like that they need now so could anyone pls help me out for this task.


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