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Aging schedule

A list of Accounts receivable broken down by number of days until due or past due.

Related Terms: 4 Account, Accounts receivable, Dow, Own
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Trade, CINS number, Cost-of-living rider, Certificate of stock, Cost of carry, Certificate of title, Cancellation of debt, Certificate of Claim, Cost of debt capital, Cost of funds, C shares, Class of options, Certificate of Occupancy, Cash or Deferred Arrangement, Class A Shares, Class B Shares, Crash of 1929, Crash of 1987, Coefficient of determination, Certificate of delivery, Close a position, Days payable, Days Sales Outstanding, Drawing account, Date of issue, Date of payment, Due date, Day loan, Day order, Discretionary account, Division of Enforcement, Division of Investment Management, Division of Market Regulation, Do Not Reduce, Date of record, Division of labor, Dow, Dow Jones Averages, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Due diligence, Doing business as, Due process, Durable Power of Attorney, Date of maturity, Deed of Release, Deed of Trust, Discharge of bankruptcy, Discharge of lien, Down payment, Due-on-sale clause, Deep out of the money, Deed of Surrender, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Deferred account, Dogs of the Dow, Dow dividend theory, Down volume, Day trade, Day trader, Depth of market, Due bill, Eurodollar certificate of deposit, Either-or order, Eligible list, E-mini, Exchange of spot, Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, Frozen account, Flow of funds, Fill or kill, Forward P/E, Factors of production, Favorable balance of trade, First notice day, Form 8-K, Form S-1, Family of funds, Fund of funds, Flexible spending account, Free right of exchange, Federal ID Number, Federal Tax Identification Number, General account, Good Til Canceled, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of 1976, House account, House of issue, Holder in due course, Home equity line of credit, Hunkering down, Inactive account, Insured account, International Securities Identification Number, Investment Advisor Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940, Insider Trading sanctions Act of 1984, Internal Rate of Return, Indication of interest, I/O strip, Imbalance of orders, Joint account, Legal list, Lender of last resort, Law day, Law of one price, Lending at a rate, Law of demand, Law of supply, Last trading day, Limit down, Letter of comment, Line of credit, Long-term gain or loss, Level I quotes, Make a market, Managed account, Margin account, May Day, Medium of exchange, Mixed account, Negotiable certificate of deposit, Negotiable Order of Withdrawal, Nostro account, Notice of Sale, National Association of Securities Dealers, National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system, Notice of Default, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Next Day Settlement, Office of Thrift Supervision, Out-of-favor, Option account, Or better, Omnibus account, Opinion of title, On account, Out of the money, Own, Pooling of interests, Price Value of a Basis Point, P&L, Power of Attorney, Past-due balance method, Prioritization of debt, Percent held by institutions, Preservation of capital, Return of capital, Regulation D, Regulation T, Regulation U, Restricted account, Round of funding, Rules of Fair Practice, Rate of exchange, Reciprocal of European terms, Regulation A, Right of first refusal, Right of rescission, Revolving line of credit, Right of recourse, Rule of 78, Roll down, Right of redemption, Retirement Equity Act of 1984, Rate of return, Real rate of return, SG&A, Savings account, Sight letter of credit, S&L, Segregation of securities, Sweep account, Standard of living, Separate account, Statute of Limitations, Satisfaction of debt, Staggered board of directors, Step-down lease, Self-directed retirement account, Stock list, S Corporation, Short-term gain or loss, Subchapter M, Subchapter S Corporation, Same Day Funds Settlement, Schedule C, Securities Act of 1933, Securities Acts Amendments of 1975, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Seek a market, S&P phenomenon, T-Bill, Take a position, Trailing P/E, Trickle-down theory, Tenancy by the entirety, Top-down, Tax identification number, Taxpayer 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