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receivable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreceivablere‧ceiv‧a‧ble /rɪˈsiːvəbəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 needing or waiting to be paid 🔊 the company’s accounts receivable (=sales that have been made but not yet paid for)
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receivableBe constantly aware of how inflation discounts your accounts receivable.Your average accounts receivable at any one time are £2 16,000 which means they are outstanding for an average of 67 days.Turnover Turnover comprises amounts receivable for invoiced sales, exclusive of value added taxation and similar levies.The financial administrative functions include budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll and personnel.Conceptually, accounts receivable management has two separate aspects.Accounts receivable management requires striking a balance between the cost of extending credit and the benefit received from extending credit.Interest receivable rose from £858,000 to £3.78m.accounts receivableA blanket lien is the least complex arrangement and is comparable to pledging accounts receivable.Be constantly aware of how inflation discounts your accounts receivable.However, a tighter policy should result in higher quality of accounts receivable and hence reduce bad-debt losses.Here one finds a listing of assets such as marketable securities, accounts receivable, and inventories.Your average accounts receivable at any one time are £2 16,000 which means they are outstanding for an average of 67 days.Because of this, factoring is the most expensive form of accounts receivable financing.The financial administrative functions include budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll and personnel.Interest expense will also be reduced since there will be a lower level of accounts receivable to finance.
From Longman Business Dictionaryreceivablere‧ceiv‧a‧ble /rɪˈsiːvəbəl/ adjective [only after a noun]ACCOUNTING1due to be receivedPretax profit including net interest receivable was up 42%.2accounts receivable especially American English money owed to a business by its clients and shown in its accounts as an asset SYN receivables; debtors BrEThe company had more than $10 million in cash and $10 million in accounts receivable.3note receivable a note relating to money that a company is owedIt said the estimated adjustments are for write-downs on the carrying value of its assets - primarily notes receivable.
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