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Business / Accounting / Accounts Receivable Ledger: A subsidiary ledger which holds the accounts of a business's customers. A single control account is held in the nominal ledger which shows the total balance of all the accounts in the sales ledger.
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Business / Accounting / Note Receivable: A claim against a debtor, evidenced by an unconditional written promise to pay a certain sum of money on or before a specified future date. MORE
Business / Accounting / Nominal Ledger: A ledger which holds all the nominal accounts of a business. Where the business uses a subsidiary ledger like the sales ledger to hold customer details, the nominal ledger will usually include a contr MORE
Business / Accounting / Number Of Days Sales In Receivables: A measure of the average number of days it takes to collect a credit sale: computed by dividing 365 days by the accounts receivable turnover. MORE
Business / Accounting / Personal Accounts: These are the accounts of a business's customers and suppliers. They are usually held in the Sales and Purchase Ledgers. MORE
Business / Accounting / Pro-Forma Accounts (Pro-Forma Financial Statements): A set of accounts prepared before the accounts have been officially audited. Often done for internal purposes or to brief shareholders or the press. MORE