piggy bank key on a keyboard
Dunning is a process that helps businesses handle overdue payments from their customers. Learn how to best handle the dunning process here.
Discover whether accounts receivable is an asset or liability, the reasons behind it, and how to maximize your A/R process.
2 puzzles pieces conjoining
Cash application is the process of applying incoming payments to the corresponding unpaid invoice or outstanding account balance. Learn more.
coins on a scale
Solvency ratio is a metric used to measure a company’s financial health — learn the four types, including how to calculate them and examples.
physical lock on a computer chip board
PCI level 1 applies to businesses that process over 6 million credit card transactions annually. Learn what it is and how to comply.
picture of an invoice
Learn about pro forma invoices, an invoice type that can remove the element of surprise from your sales efforts and avoid stress.
dollar bills
A guide to understanding AR, including its role, benefits, key formulas, location on a balance sheet, examples, and more.
man standing in an office and reviewing documents
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.
blocks with letters MRR on a pile of gold coins
Learn how to calculate, understand, and manage your monthly recurring revenue with this guide to MRR via subscription billing.

Get paid faster

Interested in learning how to put your billing on autopilot?