Change In Receivables

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Definition

Change in Receivables is the increase or decrease in the cash that customers owe the company. This is one of the several ways net income and cash flow differ. Change in Receivables affects cash flow, not net income.

Formula

Change in Accounts Receivable = End of Year Accounts Receivable - Beginning of Year Accounts Receivable

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