Accounts payable turnover ratio, Finance Basics

Accounts Payable Turnover Ratio

Ratio for Account Payable Turnover is as Follow:

Creditors/accounts payable turnover = Annual credit purchases /Average creditors      

  • The firm buy goods on credit from suppliers.
  • The ratio signify number of times p.a. the firm bought goods upon credit after paying the suppliers.
  • If the creditors turnover is high, this signifies such the payment was made
  • Contained via a short period of time.
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