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Letter of Credit: What Is It and How Does It Work?

A letter of credit is a way for banks or other financial institutions to guarantee payment and the delivery of goods. This form of payment can seem confusing if you’re not familiar with how it works. Let’s take a closer look to understand letters of credit and how they can facilitate transactions between buyers and sellers, particularly in international trade.
Collect Unpaid Invoices

How to Collect Unpaid Invoices

If late payment of invoices is common for your business, you are not alone. SME owners say that 60 per cent of their customers don’t pay by the due date. If this describes your businesses, here are some tips on how to collect overdue invoices from your customers.
Days Sales Outstanding

Days Sales Outstanding and How to Measure It

How do you measure the effectiveness of your accounts receivable management? Days sales outstanding (DSO) is a benchmark that shows you how long it takes customers to pay you after creating an invoice. Here we delve into the details of how to use this metric and what you can do to improve it.
Cost Of Goods Sold

Cost of Goods Sold and How to Calculate It

The cost of goods sold plays an important part in how your business is performing. Besides being used in calculating business profit, it can help you set prices for your products. Here we delve into the concept of cost of goods sold (COGS), how to calculate it and how to apply it.
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Cash Conversion Cycle: What Is It and How Can You Improve It?

The cash conversion cycle is a way to measure the amount of time it takes a company to convert its cash on hand to additional cash. The process includes purchasing or creating inventory, selling it and eventually getting paid. Here we explore how to calculate the cash conversion cycle and how to improve it.
Reduce Debtor Days For Law Firms

6 Tips for Reducing Debtor Days for Law Firms

Australia’s legal services industry brings in over $20 billion in revenue each year and employs 112,000 people. The delay in getting payment for services provided is a significant challenge for law firms. In fact, smaller firms wait 52 days on average to get paid after issuing an invoice, while larger firms wait 92 days. Let’s take a closer look at this problem and how law practices can bridge the large gap between providing legal services and getting paid for them.
People In Warehouse Considering Days Inventory Outstanding

Days Inventory Outstanding: How to Calculate and Apply It

Days inventory outstanding measures the average number of days that a business holds inventory before it is sold. It shows how long it takes to turn inventory into cash and a company’s operational and financial efficiency. Here we’ll show you how to calculate days inventory outstanding (DIO) and how to use it to improve inventory management.

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