# How to Create a Debtors Ageing Report in Excel Format

Debtors Ageing is a tool by which business companies or financial institutions track the status of their accounts receivable. This is usually presented in a report format that groups outstanding invoices by customer and date range. Ageing starts when the payments get delayed upon this credit limit.

• This image shows our sample dataset.

### STEP 1 – Find Due Date

`=D5+F5`
• Press Enter.
• Use AutoFill to completeÂ the rest.

### STEP 2 – Determine Outstanding Amount

• Select cell J5.
• Insert the formula:
`=E5-G5`
• Press Enter.
• Apply AutoFill.

### STEP 3 – Calculate Days Past Due Date

• Select cell K5.
• Input the formula:
`=TODAY()-I5`
• Press Enter.
• Choose the Number format for cell K5.
• The days past due date is returned numerically.

• Use AutoFill to completeÂ the rest.
• Press Delete for the K7 cell to clear the cell value as the customer has cleared their debt.
• The dataset will look like the one displayed below.

### STEP 4 – Add Remarks

• Select cell L5.
• Enter the formula:
`=IF(K5="","",IF(K5<90,"Contact Customer","Issue Warning"))`
• Press Enter to return the remark.
• Use AutoFill to complete the rest.

NOTE: The IF function returns a blank if K5 is empty. If K5 is below 90, itâ€™ll return Contact Customer. Otherwise, youâ€™ll see Issue Warning.

### Final Output

The following figure is our final output.

Download the following template to practice by yourself.

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1. very simple, good

2. Good…
How about if customer has more than one invoice with different dates

• Hlw Jon S M,

Thanks for your comment.
If a customer has more than one invoice with different dates, you have to include multiple rows for that customer in the dataset. Each row will represent a separate invoice entry.
The information related to that customer, such as their name, will be repeated in each row for their respective invoices. But the dates, invoice ids and invoice amounts will be different. The rest of the process is similar with this article.

If you have other queries let me know in the comment.
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Sajid Ahmed
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