How do I make customer payment terms correctly show in a statement using QuickBooks 2014.

How do I make customer payment terms correctly show in a statement using QuickBooks Premier 2014. Here are the steps I took:

In Customer Center  --  double click customer name -- click payment settings -- click the down arrow on "payment terms".  -- click the preferred term from the list (2 weeks) --  click OK and dismiss the "Customer Center". Go to Statements. I leave the default date as todays date and select one customer (The same customer with the 2 weeks term.) Click preview.

It shows current $113.00 with a statement date of 3/17/2015;  but there is among the invoices one invoice for example dated 3/13/2015 for $560.75.  There are no current invoices less than $45.50. Thank you for any help.  --  Joe
jampostGeneral MaanagerAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I set payment terms only by customer so that each customer has one term for payment only. Does that work for you?

Also, I don't think term changes are retroactive.

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jampostGeneral MaanagerAuthor Commented:
I think you are correct about term changes not being retroactive. That is a key point. Thank you for you help.  --  Joe
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You are very welcome, Joe, and I was happy to help. Yes - once an invoice has been save, it keeps its terms.
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