CASH BILL Definition

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CASH BILL is a documented receipt of cash payment as opposed to an invoice or promise to pay.

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FORWARD, in securities, is an agreement between two parties to exchange specific items, for example, two currencies, at a specified future date and a specified price.

SALES / RECEIVABLES (Receivables Turnover) is a ratio that measures the number of times trade Receivables turn over during the year. Generally, the higher the turnover of receivables, the shorter the time between sale and cash collection. It indicates how fast the company is getting paid for goods and services. Receivables turnover is best compared to the industry in order to determine if the company should improve their collection rate. The faster the receivables turnover, the better cash flow will look. Slow or below par turnover can be an indication of systemic problems within the company. It is best to compare receivables turnover with that of industry averages. Formula: Net Revenues / Accounts Receivable (net)

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