The information you can enter for each payment term line is:
- Percentage Due - or the percentage of the due amount to be paid each time or for each payment term line.
- Openbravo first shows a "100.00 %". That value can always be changed as needed for the lines.
- Openbravo sums up the percentage enter for each payment term line
- therefore the remaining % up to 100.00%" is the one which will apply to the very last payment term set up in the header.
- Offset Month Due - or the length of the deferred period in months
- Overdue Payment Days Rule - or the length of the deferred period in days
- Fixed Due Date - this one allows you to enter a fixed maturity payment date such as 20th of each month.
- Payment Method - you can get that a payment term line uses a specific payment method which would overwrite the overall one used at invoice level.
- Rest - this flag implies that the due amount calculated is not the total amount of the invoice but the total amount of the invoice decreased by the previous due amount
- therefore the very last due amount will just be the remaining amount.
- Exclude Tax - if a payment term line is marked as "exclude tax" the corresponding schedule payment will not included taxes.
- that time the amount due is the [total net due amount * percentage due]
- those taxes will be taken into account in the very last payment together with the remaining due amount including taxes.
- Fixed Week Day - a fixed day of the week can be selected to get that calculated due dates matches exactly that day of the week.
- Next Business Day - allows you to set as payment date not exactly the due date but the the next business day.