receivable

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Ticaret) alacaklar
tahsil edilecek
alacak
alınacak
alınabilir
{s} kabul edilebilir
matlup
alınması mümkün
alacağı
receivable account
(Ticaret) borçlular hesabı
receivable accounts
(Ticaret) alacaklar
receivable turnover ratio
alacak devir hızı oranı
receivable days
alacak günleri
receivable from affiliates
(Ticaret) iştiraklerden alacaklar
receivable from intercompany
(Ticaret) ortaklardan alacaklar
receivable from personnel
(Ticaret) personelden alacaklar
receivable overdue in USD
vadesi geçmiş USD alacaklar
rediscount ofnotes receivable
(Ticaret) alacak senetleri reeskontu
rediscount on notes receivable
(Ticaret) alacak senetleri reeskontu
accounts receivable
(Ticaret) alıcılar
accounts receivable
(Ticaret) borçlular hesabı
accounts receivable
(Ticaret) alacaklı hesaplar
bills receivable
alacak senetleri
debt receivable
alacak
accounts receivable
Alıcaklılar hesabı
accounts receivable
Alacaklar hesabı, alacak hesabı
accounts receivable area
alacaklar alan
accounts receivable turnover
hesapları ciro alacak
interest receivable
faiz alacak
trade receivable
ticaret alacak
accounts receivable
tic. borçlular hesabı
accounts receivable
alacak hesabı
accounts receivable ledger
(Ticaret) alacaklar defteri
bill receivable
alacak senedi
long term receivable
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli alacaklar
notes receivable
(Ticaret) alacaksenetleri
pledged notes receivable
(Ticaret) teminattaki senetler
receivables
alacak
specified receivable
kesinleşmiş alacak
subscription receivable
(Ticaret) taahhütten alacaklar
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
capable of being received, especially of a debt, from the perspective of the creditor
Especially, a debt arising from a sale on account or on credit
A debt owed, usually to a business, from the perspective of that business

One man's receivable is another man's payable.

capable of being or fit to be received - often money
{a} capable of being received
Collectable, whether or not due, hence accounts receivable, loans receivable
{s} can be received, can be accepted, can be taken in
needing or waiting to be paid
Ready for payment When you sell on credit, you keep an "accounts receivable" ledger as a record of what is owed to you and who owes it In accounting, a receivable is an asset
awaiting payment; "accounts receivable"
Amounts payable to a person or corporation for goods and/or services produced, sold or rendered for which a bill has been sent
A type of short-term asset representing an outside party's promise to pay cash to the holder of the asset
awaiting payment; "accounts receivable
An outstanding balance due for services rendered
Expected payment for provided goods or services, shown on the balance sheet as current assets; also known as accounts receivable
receivable turnover ratio
index of the scope of credit that a business gives compared its sales as an assessment of its collection efficiency (Accounting)
account receivable
Amount recorded as being owed by a customer for sales on credit or on account
accounts receivable
plural form of account receivable
accounts receivable
The total monetary amount owed to a financial entity due to debts arising from sales on credit or on account
receivables
plural form of receivable
Receivables
debtors
account receivable
an asset created by selling products or services on credit (p 41)
account receivable
Debtor Basic debit
account receivable
= An amount owed by a debtor It is usually money or other value claimed for sale of goods or services
account receivable
A balance due from a customer
account receivable
An amount claimed against a debtor, usually money rights arising from the sale of goods or services
account receivable
A current asset representing money due for services performed or merchandise sold on credit
account receivable
a claim against a debtor, generally on open account, its application usually limited to uncollected amounts of completed sale of goods and services; distinguished from deposits, accruals, and other items not arising out of everyday transactions
account receivable
Claim against a DEBTOR for an uncollected amount, generally from a completed transaction of sales or services rendered
account receivable
A debt owed to an enterprise, arising out of the normal course of business dealings
account receivable
A specified dollar amount due to you by another (typically customers), usually shown on a balance sheet as due within one year
account receivable
Any amount owed to a business as the result of a purchase of goods or services from it on a credit basis. Although the firm making the sale receives no written promise of payment, it enters the amount due as a current asset in its books. Accounts receivable constitute a major portion of the assets of many companies, and they may even be sold or pledged as collateral to obtain loans. See also account payable; factoring
account receivable
An amount owing as a result of the sale of a product or service
account receivable
is a current asset representing money due for services performed or merchandise sold on credit
account receivable
The amount due from customers but not yet collected When goods due are shipped prior to collection, a receivable is recorded In a cable company, the amount of the total subscription bills went out, but not paid by the customers, is one of Account Receivables
account receivable
A claim against a debtor, generally on open account, usually limited to uncollected amounts on a completed sale of goods and/or services
account receivable
asset created by selling products or services on credit (p 39)
accounts receivable
Money which is owed to a company by a customer for products and services provided on credit Treated as a current asset on a balance sheet
accounts receivable
There are amounts owing to the company’s creditors as shown in the balance sheet These amounts are owed to the company the short term, usually as a result of sales on credit
accounts receivable
A current asset; the expected value to be received from customers for items shipped and services performed but not yet paid for Also used to refer to the department that applies cash received from customers against open invoices and manages invoice adjustments and credit memos
accounts receivable
Money owed to a company for goods and services it has sold Payment is expected within one year This money is listed as a current asset on the company's balance sheet
accounts receivable
Unpaid money owed to the organization from outside sources for services rendered
accounts receivable
Money owed to a company by its customers By adding cash, accounts receivable, marketable securities and inventory we arrive at a company's current assets See Current Assets/Liabilities BACK TO TOP
accounts receivable
Money owed to a business for merchandise or services sold on open account
accounts receivable
(Ticaret) A current asset; the expected value to be received from customers for items shipped and services performed but not yet paid for. Also used to refer to the department that applies cash received from customers against open invoices and manages invoice adjustments and credit memos
accounts receivable
Money owed to a company by customers that have purchased goods and/or services on credit Accounts receivable is listed as an asset on the balance sheet, as it is a number that will (presumably) be turned into cash by the company as the receivables are paid off
accounts receivable
This represents the amount due to a business by its customers at a given point in time
accounts receivable
Money owed to you
accounts receivable
Current assets owed to a company for services or goods sold to clients on credit
accounts receivable
Trade accounts of businesses representing moneys due for goods sold or services rendered evidenced by notes, statements, invoices or other written evidence of a present obligation
accounts receivable
An account in the general ledger representing the amount due the business from its customrers for goods and/or services sold on credit
accounts receivable
Money owed by customers
accounts receivable
An asset account reflecting amounts owing on open account from private persons or organizations for goods and services furnished by a government (but not including amounts due from other funds of the same government) Although taxes and special assessments receivable are covered, by this term, they should be recorded and reported separately in Taxes Receivable and Special Assessments Receivable accounts respectively Amounts due from other funds or from other governments should also be reported separately [EPA] Money owed a business enterprise for merchandise or services bought on open account [ITDS] Money owed by customers [Harvey][WCSU] amounts recorded as assets on the books of a company, institution or individual that are due, but have not yet been collected, from a debtor for the previous purchase of merchandise or services [OTS]
accounts receivable
money owed to your company because you extended credit to a customer who purchased your goods or services
accounts receivable
The current outstanding balance that other organizations owe to your company for supplies or services rendered Accounts receivable represent a current asset for your business
accounts receivable
a creditor's accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services
accounts receivable
Money owed to a business by purchasers of goods and/or services
accounts receivable
Cash owed to the company arising from the sale of goods or services to customers on terms of credit
accounts receivable
Money that is owed to a company for goods and services it has provided to customers on credit The accounts receivable amount is an asset to the company (Compare with accounts payable )
accounts receivable
Money owed to a company for goods or services by its customers
accounts receivable
These are the debts owed to your business
accounts receivable
Money that customers owe to a company (b)
accounts receivable
(US) - sums of money owed by customers for goods or services purchased on credit
accounts receivable
Current assets owed to a company for services or goods sold to customers on credit
bills receivable
financial commitments received by a business
interest receivable
total interest that a business will receive (Accounting)
note receivable
A claim against a debtor, evidenced by an unconditional written promise to pay a certain sum of money on or before a specified future date
note receivable
A written promise that requires another party to pay the entity under specified conditins (amount, time, interest)
note receivable
is a claim against a debtor, evidenced by an unconditional written promise to pay a certain sum of money on or before a specified future date
note receivable
An asset that represents the right of the holder of the note to receive a fixed set of cash payments in the future
note receivable
your right in a promissory note in which the maker promises to pay a certain amount of money at a certain time
receivables
{i} bills and notes which are owed, incoming payments on accounts
receivables
All the debts etc. owed to a company by its debtors or customers
receivables
Amounts owed to the corporation, whether or not they are currently due
receivables
money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts
receivables
Refers to the account that reflects the money that has not yet been paid by the buyer of that company's service or good (example: when you go to the dentist and get a tooth pulled, you will receive a bill--the service has been performed before the payment was received)
receivables
The focal point for this dictionary is the invoice Detail is presented down to the invoice line Information is also available about the promise payment and customer
receivables
Unsettled claims and transactions representing money owed to a creditor, usually the result of a sale of the creditor's product or service Also referred to as Accounts Receivable and listed as a current asset on the balance sheet
receivables
Name used by banks to describe moneys owed to a business and yet to be received
receivables
plural of receivable
receivables
amounts of money that are owed to a company
receivables
Accounts receivable; an amount that is owed the business, usually by one of its customers as a result of the ordinary extension of credit
receivables
Represents money owed to the company by customers for goods sold or services rendered, but not yet collected This includes the trade receivables, finance receivables, and sales receivables Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
receivables
A promise to receive cash from customers to whom the business has sold goods or performed a service
receivables
Claims for money, goods, or services
receivables
advances
receivables
Claims for money, goods or services
receivables
Money owed for goods or services already rendered
receivables
Amount owing to the State including accounts receivable, loans, notes receivable, and interest Receivables can be due from private persons, firms, corporations, other agencies, employees, and the federal government
receivable

    الواصلة

    re·cei·va·ble

    التركية النطق

    rîsivıbıl

    النطق

    /rəˈsēvəbəl/ /rɪˈsiːvəbəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ ri-'sE-v&-b&l ] (adjective.) 14th century. receive +‎ -able

    كلمة اليوم

    zabernism
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