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EDI 820

The EDI 820 is sent by retailers to inform suppliers that they can expect to be paid. It lets them know when they should expect payment, and which invoices will be covered by the payment. The EDI 820 is also called the Payment Order/Remittance Advice

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What’s in an EDI 820?

Invoice number or numbers

Adjustments to the invoice

Billed vs. Paid amounts

Payer and Payee identification

Bank/Bank Account identification

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When is an EDI 820 typically issued?

Typically, retailers will send an EDI 820 shortly after receiving an invoice—the EDI 850. It serves to acknowledge the receipt of the invoice.

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