Debtors play its role in accounts receivable, Accounting Basics

Debtors are the major role of the business. He is the whole back bone of the business. The goodwill of the concern is in the hands of debtors because he is the person who takes our raw material or product to the customer or manufacture. So he is takes the major role in the business in finance and business development

 

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