Net receivables

Accounts receivables are unpaid sales transactions that customers owe to the company. They are already recorded on the books but the physical cash payment is arranged at a later date. A company allows customers to pay for an item or service at a later date in full or installment. Now when some of the payments cannot be collected from customers, those accounts that cannot be received are subtracted from the anticipated receivables and then we get the net receivables.

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