Transaction loans, Managerial Accounting

These loans are given by the Banker for short periods for an exact activity like financing for a civil contract work. As the customer receives payment, the transaction will be repaid through the customer. The lender will estimate the capability of the cash flow of the borrower before sanctioning this kind of loan.

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