“both the debits and the credits to A/R in this case are in Journal Entries.  So there are no due dates in the transactions.  QB desktop versions treat Journal Entries the same as they treat Invoices and Credits.”

Actually, JE as AR is a problem in any of the programs. No, these are […]

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