Statements

Statements


Omadi offers the ability to generate Accounts Receivable statements (AR statements) and record payments. To create a statement in Omadi, access the Aged Receivables report (black navigation bar > Reports > Aged Receivables); only accounts that have a balance due will appear in this report. Select Create Statement for the desired account. In the statement ticket, fill in all required fields and select which invoices to include in the statement by checking the checkboxes to the left of the invoices before saving the statement. Removing a checkmark will exclude an invoice from the statement. Click the Save button to create the statement. After saving the statement, the user will be directed to the the newly created statement ticket. Users can view, print, or email the statement by selecting the PDF or email icon from the Available Templates box.

After a payment has been received for a statement, navigate to the desired ticket by going to the black navigation bar > Customers > Statement > List. Above the list of statements, on the left-hand side, there is a dropdown that will be set to the Outstanding Statement list. The user can choose to view a statement from the Outstanding Statement list. This view can be changed to show all of the statements in the system by changing the dropdown option to Full Statement List. Choose to view the desired statement. 

To apply a payment, select the Apply Payment button at the right-hand side of the page. Enter the amount to be paid, select the payment type, and choose Apply to All to split the payment between all invoices, or apply specific amounts to individual invoices by manually entering an amount in the Apply field to the right of the invoice balance. Users cannot apply a larger payment than the balance due to a statement. To enter the additional payment amount, a negative credit will need to be made for the statement. If you received a payment for less than the balance due, but will receive no more payment for those tickets, a positive credit will need to be added so that the tickets no longer show as owing. Users can apply a credit to the statement by selecting the Apply Credit button (at the right-hand side) while viewing the statement.
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