Accounts receivable turnover
Accounts receivable turnover are the ratio of net credit sales to average accounts receivable, which is a measure of how
quickly customers pay their bills.
Accounts receivable turnover are an activity ratio that tells the number of times per year that the average accounts receivable is collected; computed by dividing net sales by average net accounts receivable.
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