trade debtors


trade debtors
дебиторская задолженность покупателей; покупатели-дебиторы

Специализированный англо-русский словарь бухгалтерских терминов. .

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  • trade debtors — See: accounts receivable …   Accounting dictionary

  • trade debtors — A British term for *accounts receivable …   Auditor's dictionary

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  • accounts receivable — trade debtors The amounts owing to a business from customers for invoiced amounts. Accounts receivable are classed as current assets on the balance sheet, but distinguished from prepayments and other non trade debtors. A provision for bad debts… …   Accounting dictionary

  • accounts receivable — trade debtors The amounts owing to a business from customers for invoiced amounts. Accounts receivable are classed as current assets on the balance sheet, but distinguished from prepayments and other non trade debtors. A provision for bad debts… …   Big dictionary of business and management

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