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To process accounts receivable, consider collection terms, contact customers, and prepare the appropriate journal entries, notes the Houston Chronicle. The accounts receivable process begins at invoice generation and end... More »

The procedure for account receivables includes extending credit, setting the terms and conditions of sale, and maintaining both the invoices and payments. Statements are also part of the account receivables procedure. More »

Accounts receivables are invoices that a company issues to its customers, and an accounts receivable aging report details how old outstanding invoices are. It is a tool that allows a company to manage its credit risk. More »

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