receivables


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receivables

(rɪˈsiːvəbəlz)
pl n
(Commerce) finance the part of the assets of a business represented by accounts due for payment
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Noun1.receivables - money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts
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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All his funds amounted to 6,000, or 8,000 francs, his bills receivable up to the 5th to 4,000 or
Setting up a joint venture between a manufacturer and a finance company can be a real boon for a company with large volumes of receivables weighing down its balance sheet.
In FSA 200136010, the Service concluded that a bank had to capitalize the costs of acquiring credit card receivables, including the costs of investigating whether to purchase the receivables and which receivables to purchase.
During an analytical review, Weber found accounts receivable turnover and receivables as a percentage of sales were outside industry standards and alerted the Biebesheimer president.
So, instead of having to wait more than 30 days to get paid on a product already delivered, the company sold its receivables to a third-party investor or factor.
448(d)(5) allows an accrual-basis service provider to avoid accruing income on the portion of its receivables estimated to be uncollectible, based on the provider's experience.
The enormous public asset-backed securities market is dominated by two asset classes: credit card receivables and auto loans.
A financial institution, such as a bank, forms a pool of receivables from credit card accounts in its portfolio and transfers the receivables to a trust.
This is particularly so when the statute is applied to compensation derived from accounts receivables.