Accounts receivable turnover

Accounts receivable turnover is a way to tell if a company can collect the accounts due from its customers that can be used back into its operations. If a company has $100,000 in sales and accounts receivable is $90,000, the accounts receivable turnover is 1.11. ( $100,000 divided by 90,000 = 1.11).

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