Current Accounts Receivable

What are Current Accounts Receivable?

Current Accounts Receivable measures the amount of money owed to a business by its debtors. The Current Accounts Receivable metric helps to estimate the upcoming revenue and plan cashflow more accurately.

How to calculate Current Accounts Receivable?

outstanding customer invoice 1 + outstanding customer invoice 2 + + outstanding customer invoice n = ($) Current Accounts Receivable

Pros:

Tracking your accounts receivable for a certain period of time alongside [current accounts payable ](www.geckoboard.com/learn/kpi-examples/finance-kpis-and/current-accounts-payable)can help you better plan your cashflow and plan additional team expansion.

Cons:

A high Current Accounts Receivable metric might indicate that a business is incapable of dealing with long-term debtors and thereby losing money. If people or companies don’t pay their bills, they’re considered to be in default.

How should you visualize Current Accounts Payable?

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