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II. Accounting with QuickBooks > 9. Managing Accounts Receivable

Chapter 9. Managing Accounts Receivable

In between performing work and collecting payments, you have to keep track of who owes you how much (known as accounts receivable) and when the money’s due. Sure, you can tack on finance charges to light a fire under your customer’s accounting departments, but finance charges are rarely enough to make up for the time and effort you spend collecting overdue payments. Far more preferable are customers who pay on time without reminders, gentle or otherwise.

Because companies need money to keep things running, you’ll have to spend some time keeping track of your accounts receivable and the payments that come in. In this chapter, you’ll learn the ins and outs of tracking what customers owe, receiving the payments from them, and dinging them if they don’t pay on time.


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