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Accounts Payable vs Accounts Receivable

Generally, Accounts Receivable (Debtors), are the amount of money owed by your customers to your business by buyers for goods and services rendered. ... While Accounts Payable (Creditors) is the debt a business owes to its suppliers or vendors, for goods and servicers purchased.



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