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Related to receivable: Notes Receivable, Receivable Turnover
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Forward looking statements are based largely on expectations and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties including but not limited to the risks and uncertainties associated with economic, competitive and other factors affecting the Company and its operations, markets, products and services, as well as the risk that the Company will not be able to consummate sales of notes receivable under the timeshare purchase facility referred to above or borrow against the AD&C facility referred to above, and the risks and other factors detailed in the Company's SEC filings, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K filed on March 16, 2006.
The primary concern relating to the downgrade is the rate of reduction in asbestos insurance receivables at Carbide versus the relative lack of reduction in the number of claims outstanding, in addition to the historical lack of guarantee of the Carbide debt by Dow.
A case study from this author's book, Best Practices in Accounts Receivable Management, clearly illustrates how an effective dispute resolution process can revitalize an organization: A high technology firm was experiencing an especially serious receivables management problem.
From there, track the receivable to make sure it doesn't go past due, keep an eye out for chargebacks or discounts to the receivables, and make collection calls on the receivable if something goes wrong.
Under this formula, a taxpayer computes its experience by multiplying its year-end accounts receivable balance by the ratio of total bad debts sustained during the current year and the five preceding tax years (less recoveries of bad debts during the same period) over the sum of the accounts receivable balance at year-end for the same six-year period.
One of the easiest ways to book non-existent revenue is simply to create journal entries debiting accounts receivable and crediting sales.
When a section 482 issue is resolved, the commensurate adjustment may extend over several years and result in the creation of multiple accounts receivable that must be "processed" under Rev.
There are two ways to reduce the risk of losses resulting from problems in the accounts receivable department.
Like us, they know that businesses can realize tremendous growth and enhanced financial performance by improving their accounts receivable management.
His concern is whether he should contribute his practice's accounts receivable to the new partnership, which will also use cash accounting.
Confirmation of accounts receivable has been a nearly sacrosanct auditing procedure for over 50 years.
Typically, a factor will buy or advance 70%-80% of the money due on a receivable and in turn assess a finance charge or "discount" (LaPaglia suggests 4%-5% as a benchmark) on the total amount of the receivable.
These ABS companies typically will buy a nursing home's receivables but leave the collection and whole receivable management process in the hands of the nursing home.
Over the past quarter, The Receivables Exchange has experienced growth of 300% in accounts receivable financing on