Management of sundry debtors, Financial Management

Management of Sundry Debtors:

SUNDRY - Miscellaneous infrequent or small customers that are not given individual ledger accounts but are classified as a group.

SUNDRY CREDITORS - defines to companies or individuals to which money is owed.

SUNDRY DEBTOR - is an entity from who amounts are due for services rendered or goods sold or in respect of contractual obligations. Also defined: debtor, account receivable and trade debtor.

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