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May 21, 2015 at 11:36 AM

How to prevent post dated cheque from reducing the credit exposure?

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Hi Experts,

Currently I'm doing a post dated cheque via F-28, the only difference is the posting date is a date in the future. However the problem comes in when this cheque is reducing the credit exposure although the cheque is in the future. The business process is that the cheques that are in the future are not to included for the fear that the cheque might not be able to be cashed with some bad customers. This is so to keep the credit limit will be reached if the customer cheque that is not cashed is too much.

Is there a way to exclude the post dated cheque (future-dated payment) in the credit credit managment calculation?

Any help or insights is much appreciated.

Best regards,

Lily