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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Keeping Payables On Track

    One of the keys to effective Accounts Payable (A/P) management is keeping track of disbursements to make sure they are in line with the company's payment policy. Consider it the flip side of collections and remember that better tracking of payables results in better management of cash flow and reserves,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Accruable Accounts Payable

    If your company operates strictly on a cash basis, you likely have no reason to even think about an accounts payable system. Accruals are adjustment entries posted to the trial balance by the accounting department to provide for expenses that have not been invoiced to the company in the current...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Other Opportunities Courtesy Of Accounts Payable

    Accounts payable are the monies your company owes. Automated A/P systems link to other parts of the accounting system, reducing entry errors that might occur in a manual system. A/P files must organize and categorize all pertinent information. A/P transactions first post to the vendor account, then summarize vendor data...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Accounts Receivable Basics II

    Nothing can bring greater joy or sorrow to a business than good or bad invoicing habits. Immediate invoicing exhibits good records management and fiscal reliability. Late invoicing does little more than delay payment, hurt the company's financial position, and perhaps even create difficulties for customers who no longer can or...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tracking Receivables

    The Accounts Receivable (A/R) system can be used to generate a lot of reports. All have value, some more than others, but all take time and resources to complete. The reports mentioned in this paper help maximize the company's financial potential. The faster receivables turn over and amounts owed are...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Keeping Payables On Track

    One of the keys to effective Accounts Payable (A/P) management is keeping track of disbursements to make sure they are in line with the company's payment policy. Consider it the flip side of collections and remember that better tracking of payables results in better management of cash flow and reserves,...

    Provided By Finance and Accounting Guru

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Accruable Accounts Payable

    If your company operates strictly on a cash basis, you likely have no reason to even think about an accounts payable system. Accruals are adjustment entries posted to the trial balance by the accounting department to provide for expenses that have not been invoiced to the company in the current...

    Provided By Finance and Accounting Guru

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Other Opportunities Courtesy Of Accounts Payable

    Accounts payable are the monies your company owes. Automated A/P systems link to other parts of the accounting system, reducing entry errors that might occur in a manual system. A/P files must organize and categorize all pertinent information. A/P transactions first post to the vendor account, then summarize vendor data...

    Provided By Finance and Accounting Guru

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Accounts Receivable Basics II

    Nothing can bring greater joy or sorrow to a business than good or bad invoicing habits. Immediate invoicing exhibits good records management and fiscal reliability. Late invoicing does little more than delay payment, hurt the company's financial position, and perhaps even create difficulties for customers who no longer can or...

    Provided By Finance and Accounting Guru

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tracking Receivables

    The Accounts Receivable (A/R) system can be used to generate a lot of reports. All have value, some more than others, but all take time and resources to complete. The reports mentioned in this paper help maximize the company's financial potential. The faster receivables turn over and amounts owed are...

    Provided By Finance and Accounting Guru