accounts payable


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Related to accounts payable: general ledger, accounts receivable

ac·counts pay·a·ble

(AP, A/P) (ă-kownts' pā'ă-bĕl)
The aggregate of money owed by the health care practice or hospital to its suppliers and employees.
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The Study Explore the Product Types of Accounts Payable Automation Market: Solution, Services, Professional Services { Implementation and Integration, Advisory, Support and Maintenance }, Managed Services
The undocumented accounts payable or those not covered by perfected contracts on record, regardless of the year in which they were incurred, shall also be automatically reverted.
'The preceding Section shall in no way be construed as authority to revive or validate claims and accounts payable that are already barred by prescription or disallowed by final judicial or administrative determination,' it said.
Whether you have Accounts Payable Invoices or Medical documents like Claims, EOBs or Patient Records docAlpha is designed to make their processing easy.
The section after that presents several important observations from macro statistics, for example, strong positive correlation between developments of notes and accounts payable at the provincial level, and the provincial economy.
The two most frequently tracked accounts payable metrics are "paid on time" and "accounts payable processing time," while in the procure-to-pay arena, the key metric is "invoices requiring rework."
Example: LLC, T, has $100 of cash-basis accounts receivable (AR.), $90 of cash-basis accounts payable and net equity of $10.
Savings from outsourcing generally range from 25 percent to 50 percent annually, according to David Schnitt, president of IQ BackOffice, which specializes in handling accounts payable and other critical labor-intensive accounting processes.
For example, the Deloitte & Touche staff might run employees' Social Security numbers in the payroll system against tax identification numbers in the accounts payable system.
Most data maintained by the taxpayer (such as general ledgers, accounts payable, and fixed assets) do not change materially from year to year.
Using Oracle's relational database, the suite includes Wait List, Census/ADT, Billing, Accounts Receivable Resident Trust Funds, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, and Human Resources.

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