8 Results for Tag: receivable

Bad Debt Recovery

Bad Debt Recovery What is a 'Bad Debt Recovery' A bad debt recovery is business debt from a loan, credit line or accounts receivable that is recovered either in whole or in part after it h

Bad Debt Reserve

Bad Debt Reserve What is 'Bad Debt Reserve' An account set aside by a company to account for and offset losses that arise as a result of defaults from futures loans. This figure may be cal

Past Due Balance Method

Past Due Balance Method What is 'Past Due Balance Method' A system for calculating interest charges based on any outstanding loan or credit charges that remain unpaid after a certain date.

Quick Assets

Quick Assets What are 'Quick Assets' Quick assets refer to assets owned by a company with a commercial or exchange value that can easily be converted into cash or that is already in a cash

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO)

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) What is 'Days Sales Outstanding - DSO' Days sales outstanding (DSO) is a measure of the average number of days that a company takes to collect revenue after a

Days Sales Of Inventory (DSI)

Days Sales Of Inventory (DSI) What is 'Days Sales Of Inventory - DSI' The days sales of inventory value, or DSI, is a financial measure of a company's performance that gives investors an i

Bad Debt Expense

Bad Debt Expense What is a 'Bad Debt Expense' Bad debt expense represents the amount of uncollectible accounts receivable that occurs in a given period. Bad debt expense occurs as a result

Lapping Scheme

Lapping Scheme What is a 'Lapping Scheme' A lapping scheme is an accounting method that involves altering the accounts receivable section of the balance sheet when cash that is intended fo