Accounts receivable management involves tracking and securing customer payments. Learn how to improve the process with these best practices.
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Learn about pro forma invoices, an invoice type that can remove the element of surprise from your sales efforts and avoid stress.
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Here’s why you might have a negative accounts receivable balance. Hint: It doesn’t always mean you have negative cash flow.
Learn about the 10 key Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), additional constraints, and all things GAAP compliance.
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Learn about common types of invoice fraud, how to avoid falling for these scams, how to report fake invoices, and more.
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A guide to help you increase your business’s working capital, whether you’re short on funds or simply want to improve your bottom line.
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DPO is an A/P metric that tracks how much time passes between when your business receives an invoice and when it pays it. Learn more here.
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DSO helps business measure the average number of days it takes to receive payment for goods provided or services rendered. Here’s why that matters.
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Explore the meaning and uses of contra accounts — accounts that provide helpful context for the parent account with which they’re paired.
Permanent accounts indicate ongoing business progress. Temporary accounts indicate activity within a certain fiscal period. Learn more here.

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