Goals of firm''s credit standards, Finance Basics

Goals of firm's Credit Standards

The goal of the firm's credit policy is to maximize the value of such firm. To complete this goal, the evaluation of investment in receivables must involve steps as given:

1. Evaluation of incremental operating profits from increased sales

2. Evaluation of incremental investment in account receivable

3. Evaluation of incremental costs

4. Comparison of incremental profits with incremental costs

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