Definitions for "Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio"
A ratio that denotes how many times a corporation's receivable portfolio has been collected during an accounting period. The ratio is calculated by dividing total credit by accounts receivable. See: Accounts Receivable
The financial ratio which indicates the speed at which a company collects its accounts receivable. If a company's turnover is 10, this means the company's accounts receivable are turning over 10 times per year. It indicates that the company, on average, is collecting its receivables in 36.5 days (365 days per year divided by 10). To learn more, see Explanation of Financial Ratios. To Top