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Accounts Receivable Aging

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Accounts Receivable Aging is a report showing the accounts receivable (the amounts owed to the company by its customers), and also including the length of time the amounts have been outstanding. Typically, the aging report categorizes receivables as "current," "30 days," "60 days," "90 days," and "120 days and over." The purpose of this report is to show the business owner what receivables need to be dealt with more urgently because they have been overdue longer.

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