Debtor Days

Debtor days is the average number of days required for a company to receive payment from its customers for invoices issued to them. A larger number of debtor days means that a business must invest more cash in its unpaid accounts receivable asset, while a smaller number implies that there is a smaller investment in accounts receivable, and that therefore more cash is being made available for other uses.

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