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Turbocash Debtors statements has a due date a month later.

Started this discussion. Last reply by anjilo smith Nov 14. 5 Replies

Using Turbocash I receive a payment in openlink and search transactions. I input "today" in received payment and then go to reports to view debtors statement and displays a due date a…Continue

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Philip Copeman replied to Clinton McConnell's discussion Turbocash Debtors statements has a due date a month later.
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