The Number of Consecutive Missed Payments calculates the number of missed payments on a recurring gift since the last payment was received. The number of payments is based on the Frequency of the recurring gift schedule. If any skipped transactions occur after the last payment was received, the calculation does not "skip" them and regards them as missed. The calculation does not "stop" at the Next Transaction Due Date.

For example, Martha Mellon has a \$25 monthly recurring gift starting on 11/1/2015. Two payments have been received on 1/1/2016 and 4/1/2016. The Next Transaction Due Date is 7/1/2016.

As of 10/25/2016, the Number of Consecutive Missed Payments for Martha's recurring gift is 6 because the last payment was received on 4/1/2016, skipped transactions after the last payment are still missed, and the calculation does not stop on the Next Transaction Due Date of 7/1/2016:

Missed Payment NumberScheduled DateActivity TypeGift DateAmount
11/1/2015Skipped Transaction
12/1/2015Skipped Transaction
1/1/2016Payment1/1/2016\$25.00
2/1/2016Skipped Transaction
3/1/2016Skipped Transaction
4/1/2016Payment4/1/2016\$25.00
15/1/2016Skipped Transaction
26/1/2016Skipped Transaction
37/1/2016(Next Transaction Due Date)
48/1/2016
59/1/2016
610/1/2016

Another example is Geoffrey Beckner who started a \$500 annual recurring gift on 1/1/2010. Three payments have been received on 1/1/2010, 1/1/2011, and 1/1/2013:

As of 10/25/2016, the Number of Consecutive Missed Payments for Geoffrey's recurring gift is 3 because the last payment was received on 1/1/2013, skipped transactions after the last payment are still missed, and the calculation does not stop on the Next Transaction Due Date of 1/1/2015:

Missed Payment NumberScheduled DateActivity TypeGift DateAmount
1/1/2010Payment1/1/2010\$500.00
1/1/2011Payment1/1/2011\$500.00
1/1/2012Skipped Transaction
1/1/2013Payment1/1/2013\$500.00
11/1/2014Skipped Transaction
21/1/2015(Next Transaction Due Date)
31/1/2016