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In accountancy, days sales outstanding is a calculation used by a company to estimate their average collection period. It is a financial ratio that illustrates how ...

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Days sales outstanding (DSO) is a measure of the average number of days that a company takes to collect revenue after a sale has been made. DSO is often ...

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4 days ago ... Days sales outstanding (DSO) is the average number of days that receivables remain outstanding before they are collected. The measurement ...

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The days sales outstanding calculation, also called the DSO or days' sales in receivables, measures the number of days it takes a company to collect cash from ...

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Days' sales outstanding ratio (also called average collection period or days' sales in receivables) is used to measure the average number of days a business ...

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Jul 24, 2013 ... Problem With Days Sales Outstanding Example: DSO is an often used measure of the average number of days it takes to collect its credit sales.

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Calculating Days Sales Outstanding (DSO). This section provides an overview of days sales outstanding (DSO) and discusses how to calculate DSO.

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Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) is the number of days it takes to collect your receivables in a given amount of time. It is an important financial indicator as it shows ...

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The formula for daily sales oustanding is: DSO = Receivables / (Net Annual Sales on Credit / 360). If a company does not sell on credit (that is, the customer must ...