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Remit-To Addresses

Define remit-to addresses to let your customers know where to send payment for their invoices. Receivables uses the addresses that you define in the Remit To Addresses window to provide default remit-to information when you enter transactions.

If you use AutoInvoice but have not defined a remit-to address for a location, AutoInvoice will reject all invoices for which it could not determine a remit-to address. However, if you do not wish to set up a remit-to address for each location, you can set up one remit-to address with a default assignment. Receivables will then use this address for all locations or for any locations for which you do not have specific location assignments. This ensures that AutoInvoice will not reject invoices because it could not determine a remit-to address. See: Defining a Default Remit To Address.

If you check the Print Remit-To Address check box in the System Options window, Receivables prints the remit-to address that you define here on your dunning letters and statements.

The system profile option AR: Dunning Letter Remit-To Address Label Size lets you specify the length and width of your remit to address on your dunning letters. See: Overview of Receivables Profile Options.


   To define a remit-to address:

Note: If you have implemented flexible address formats and the country you enter has an address style assigned to it, Receivables opens a window in which you can enter address information in the style most appropriate for that country. See: Flexible Addresses.

Defining a Default Remit To Address

Define default remit-to addresses to ensure that:

You can only have one default remit-to address for each country and state combination. For example, you can have one default remit-to address for United States/California, one for United States/Nevada, and so on.

   To define a default remit-to address:

See Also

Printing Dunning Letters

Printing Statements

Defining Receivables System Options

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