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ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

How to get rid of low value invoices

Low value invoices are the bane of every accounts payable department. With estimates ranging from as high as £50 to process an invoice, it doesn’t make sense to process hundreds each day. Can you reduce them? More...

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How can you improve the company’s debtor days?

Following a review of debtor days with the bank manager, the MD has asked you for a plan to improve the efficiency of the accounts receivable department. Where should you start and what should you consider? More...

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

Trade creditor ratios

The directors have been looking closely at the increasing trade creditors figure on the balance sheet and would like to know whether this is a problem. What are the key ratios that can help you to provide them with an answer? More...

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

Monitoring accounts payable

For a number of reasons, it’s important to keep an eye on one critical accounts payable metric: days payable outstanding (DPO). The problem is, there’s more than one way to calculate it - which should you use? More...
Last updated: 26.06.2019

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