QuickBooks is one of the most popular accounting systems used by any business. There is an estimated 29.6 million small businesses in the United States using QuickBooks. The system is affordable, easy to implement and easy to understand. However, managing accounts receivable in QuickBooks is not always cut and dry. Considering accounts receivable is one of the most important assets to a business – without strong accounts receivable, there is no steady cash flow – there should be more tips, tricks and tools to help businesses manage their credit and collections. This whitepaper covers everything you need to know about managing accounts receivable in QuickBooks, from how to create invoices, to calculating DSO and establishing a credit policy.
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There are many steps that go into finalizing the sale of a product or service; there is pricing, then quote creation, negotiation, approvals, and contract and order management. Once all of the work is done to complete each of those steps, the sale is complete… at least as far as your sales team is concerned. […]
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Anytime Collect is a leading CLOUD-BASED accounts receivable software. Made specifically for businesses selling on credit terms, Anytime Collect AUTOMATES invoice dispute management, cash forecasting, customer communications, invoice presentment, online bill pay and credit management. The entire collections process becomes QUICKER AND EASIER.