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What is 4 percent 25th prox net 60?

These are accounts receivable and accounts payable terms. "4% 25th prox" means that the payer of this invoice will be granted a 4% discount (usually excluding freight costs) if the bill is paid by the 25th of the next month. "Net 60" means that the full invoice is due 60 days after the invoice date. On a Receivables side, it is important to save envelopes of incoming payments which have NOT met the discount deadline, to document when a payment was mailed. Part of the Payables/Receivables cat-and-mouse game is for a customer (the payer) to PRINT a check in time to deduct the discount - but not MAIL it until the customer has funds to cover it. The vendor (seller who is owed the money) has offered the discount if paid according to the terms, and if the payer does not honor the terms, the payer forfeits the discount. In a dispute, the remittance envelope proves the payment date. In reality, if the payer usually pays timely and is otherwise a good customer, the vendor will grant the discount. It's all negotiable.

What does invoice price mean?

it is the final price or total amount that you ought to pay to a company or person.(usually find invoice on Ebay)

What mean invoice number?

what mean invice number

Invoice phase 3 10 net 30 means?

An invoice with the terms "3/10 net 30" is summarized as follows: (1) "3/10" means that if the buyer of the service/goods pays within 10 days (of the date of the invoice), the seller will give them a 3% discount on the invoiced balance (2) "net 30" means that the whole balance is due in no later than 30 days (of the date of the invoice)

How do you compute cash discount?

If the terms are 2/10 net 30, that means you receive a 2% discount if you pay the invoice within 10 days, otherwise, the total amount is due in thirty days. So if you pay early, multiply the invoice total by 2% (.02), that is the discount amount to be subtracted from the invoice total.

Related questions

Is an invoice an accounts payable?

It can be either accounts payable or receivable. If you owe someone else - the invoice is for the service you provided, it's a receivable. If the invoice is from someone you owe money to for a services - it's payable.

Proforma invoice enter in accounts books its possible?

It is possible to enter a proforma invoice in account books. However, it is not required, because a proforma invoice is not considered as an accounts receivable.

What are the simplest advantages of invoice factoring?

Invoice factoring saves your company time and money, by passing your accounts receivable on to a company that specializes in collecting debts. You would not have to spend time and effort tracking down slow or no-pay accounts receivable.

How is Invoice Factoring different from Accounts Receivable Financing?

There is no difference actually invoice factoring goes by several names – accounts receivable financing, AR factoring and invoice financing. No matter what you call it, the process is the same: you sell your invoices at a small discount to a factoring company and get immediately cash for your business.

What accounts would you code an invoice to for temporary employment services of a marketing assistant provided by a staffing agency?

accounts receivable

What websites offer business financing accounts receivable and invoice factoring?

There are many different websites that offer business financing, accounts receivable and invoice factoring services. They usually come under the generic term of independent accounting agents and examples are Robert Half or Fairway.

Do accounts receivable all have to have individual dates?

Invoices must have dates on them... a collection of invoices for goods & services sold on credit comprise accounts receivable. On the basis of date of each invoice, the ageing is determined.

When is an accounts receivable created?

An account receivable is created when a company has earned cash from a customer but has not yet received it.An accounts receivable is created when a business sells an item or items to a customer, but hasn't yet collected the payment. Many times, an invoice is mailed to the customer and the customer pays the invoice within 30 days, though the terms can vary.

A sales invoice is used as documentation for a journal entry that requires a?

debit to Accounts Receivable and a credit to Sales Revenue.

Account receivable financing is based on What?

There are three major factors in accounts receivable financing. Receivables buyers look at the size of the accounts, buyers' credit history, and the age of the receivable.

What account would you code an invoice to for temporary employment services of a marketing assistant provided by a staffing agency?

accounts receivable

What has no effect on retained earnings?

A transaction that only affects asset and/or liability accounts would have no impact on Retained Earnings. Such as paying an Accounts Payable invoice or receiving payment of an Accounts Receivable.