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  1. Why Is Accounts Receivable A "Cash Outflow"?

    When accounts receivable increases, you will be paying something in cash for that increase With accounts receivable, you have to record it as revenue on the income statement At this point you have NOT collected cash On the income statement, the recorded r ...

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  2. Accounts Receivable

          What are reasons for the AR on the balance sheet not matching what is on the cash flow? Do you just use the number on the CF for working cap calculations? accounts receivable ...

    5 comments - 0 silver bananas - Dec 13 2013 - 8:33pm -

  3. A/R Factoring

          If you were an asset-based lender extending credit based on a/r factoring, what would be some key factors to consider when determining the companies overall financial health? accounts receivable Factoring ...

    4 comments - 0 silver bananas - Feb 17 2012 - 2:31pm -

  4. What Are Accounts Receivable (AR)?

    Accounts Receivable is an accounting term that represents a company's short-term credit. It is found under Current Assets on a Balance Sheet and Operating Activities on the Cash Flow Statement. Accounts Receivable is when a customer owes money to the ...

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