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AGING OF ACCOUNTS :
the classification of... the classification of accounts by the time elapsed after the date of billing or the due date. The longer a customer's account remains uncollected or the longer inventory is held, the greater is its realization risk. If a customer's account is past due, the company also has an Opportunity Cost of funds tied-up in the receivable that could be invested elsewhere for a return. An aging schedule of accounts receivable may break down receivables from 1-30 days, 31-60 days, 61-90 days, and over 90 days. With regard to inventory, if it is held too long, obsolescence, spoilage, and technological problems may result. Aging can be done for other accounts such as fixed assets and accounts payable. See also ACCOUNT AGING.

AMOUNT DUE:
is the amount a custo... is the amount a customer is required to pay during the current billing cycle. The amount varies depending on the total account balance. Where it is stipulated "amount due to" would be an amount due from you as the customer; where stipulated "amount due from" would be an amount due to you from your customer.

accounting measurement :
Quantification of econo... Quantification of economic activities in terms of money or (as in cost accounting) in terms of hours or other units.

ASSET VALUATION:
is the process of det... is the process of determining the current worth of a portfolio, company, investment, or balance sheet item. The term is often used to describe the worth of an asset which may be incorporated into company accounts, where the ownership of the asset is not necessarily to be transferred but the valuation is required for the balance sheet, company takeovers, share flotation or mortgages.

 

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