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The system multiplies the gross amount by the discount percent to calculate the discount available, and adds the discount days to the invoice date to calculate the discount due date.
The system calculates a discount due date of June 24 and a net due date of July 10.
You specify the net days to pay, the number by which you want to divide the transaction, and the days to pay aging.
The system uses the net days to pay to calculate the due date of the first payment, and the days to pay aging to calculate the due dates for the second and subsequent payments.
The customer has until June 24 to remit their payment to receive a 1 percent discount; otherwise, the payment is due July 10.
Use split payment terms when you want the system to divide the transaction evenly into multiple payments with different due dates and the number of days between the second and subsequent payments is constant.
In addition to specifying the proximate month and day, you can specify the discount percent and the discount days.
You can set up multiple calendars and reference one of them in a due date rule.
After you set up a work day calendar, you specify how the system calculates the due date on a nonworking day.
Assume that you set up a payment term code for: Before you set up due date rules, set up work day calendars using the Work Day Calendar program (P00071).
Calendars enable you to specify actual work days, weekends, holidays, and other user-defined types of days for your organization.
For example, if the supplier master record is set up to use 001 as the payment term code, and you want to override it on the voucher to the blank payment term code, the system will continue to supply the default (001) from the supplier record every time you clear the field.