Accounts receivable is short-term amounts due from buyers to†a seller who have purchased goods or services from the seller on credit. Accounts receivable is listed as a current asset on the sellers†balance sheet.
The total amount of accounts receivable allowed to an individual customer is typically limited by a credit limit, which is set by the seller's credit department, based on the finances of the buyer and its past payment history with the seller. Credit limits may be reduced during difficult financial conditions when the seller cannot afford to incur excessive bad debt losses.
Accoutn Receucable Contains Following Applications:
- Customer List
- Add Customer
- AR Reports
- Customer Aged Trial Balance
- Customer Trial Balance
- Customer Statement