Debtor days

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The debtors days ratio measures how quickly cash is being collected from debtors. The longer it takes for a company to collect, the greater the number of debtors days.[1] Debtor days can also be referred to as Debtor collection period. Another common ratio is the creditors days ratio.

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  1. ^ Financial Management: Management Extra. Elsevier. 2005. p. 92. ISBN 0-7506-6687-0.