How to View Overdue and Upcoming Invoices

How to View Overdue and Upcoming Invoices

Easily see what's overdue and what invoices need to be paid soon.



  1. Select either ‘Overdue’ or ‘Due soon’ to view all unpaid invoices. The invoices will be shown in order of oldest to most recent.



  2. To view more details of a particular owed invoice/unallocated credit, click on the invoice that you would like to view.
Note: Recent invoices can also be viewed via the search bar located on the top left hand side of the screen. You can search via the amount due on the invoice, invoice reference number or supplier number and select the corresponding invoice.




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