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    #1

    Question invoice maturity?

    xy days of invoice maturity. Is this correct?

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    #2

    Re: invoice maturity?

    I wouldn't say something like of the 'invoice falling due'

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    #3

    Re: invoice maturity?

    Traditionally, in accounting we say something like "your invoice number XXX, dated XXX, is now 35 days old" if we're calling the age of an invoice to the attention of a customer.

    In the above example,if the standard terms of payment are net 30 days, we could also say the invoice is five days past due.

    "Maturity" is usually only used in reference to mutual funds or savings bonds.

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    Re: invoice maturity?

    Thanks!

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