accounts receivable

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Noun1.accounts receivable - a creditor's accounts of money owed to himaccounts receivable - a creditor's accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
assets - anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company
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accounts receivable

n (Fin) → Außenstände pl
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Managers must take into account seasonal sales spikes to avoid matching high annualized quarterly/monthly sales against depleted accounts receivables and inventory levels, thus producing a misleadingly high ratio.
Accounts receivables are money which SBMA needs to collect from companies with which it has ongoing transactions.
In this regard, there was an artificial increase in accounts receivables.
In his new role he is expected to focus on understanding the needs of customers and providing them with technology-enabled solutions in accounts receivables management and payments.
Goods sold on credit get converted to accounts receivables whose accumulation would result in accounts receivable carrying cost to the firm.
Financial institutions finance accounts receivables and inventory at different percentages.
Sany Heavy, the world's ninth-largest machinery maker by sales, reported that accounts receivables were up 83 percent year to date at the end of the third quarter, the report said.
Essentially, the Tax Court allowed the Maguires through the distributions and contributions of the accounts receivables to treat their two S corporations as a single S corporation for tax purposes.
The company intends to use the proceeds to repay borrowings and terminate commitments under its accounts receivables facility, repay and/or refinance other indebtedness and for other general corporate purposes.
For a medical practice, the accounts receivables would constitute the largest component of variable assets.
With $200 million in annual revenues and $43 million in accounts receivables, the county has long-standing policies and procedures governing the management of its two primary billed revenues--property taxes ($80 million in revenues, $34 million in receivables) and water/ sewer user fees ($15 million in revenues, $3 million in receivables).

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