Accounts Receivables Turnover

How to calculate your accounts receivables turnover

You can calculate your turnover ratio by dividing the net value of credit sales during a period by the number of accounts receivables in the same period. The accounts receivables turnover ratio is a measure of how effective you are at extending credit and then collecting on that credit. In general, a higher number means a more efficient collections process.

Due to a principle called the time value of money, a business stands to lose more money the longer it takes to collect on their accounts receivables. At Commercial Receivers Incorporated, we understand that time is of the essence when collecting on your behalf. Our low-cost debt collection rates and high probability of success will ensure that you get as much of your money back as possible. Our philosophy is that you extended the line of credit, you deserve to get as much of it back as possible! Contact Commercial Receivers Incorporated to take back more of what is yours.

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