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8.5 Accounts Recievable Turnover Ratio Analysis

The Accounts Receivable (AR) Turnover Template gives a small business owner like Jack Gordon the ability to present a very crisp view of what the projected AR turnover ratio will be like for a small business like A Touch of Tuscany in the three years for which the financials are being projected. The AR turnover ratio denotes the number of times the accounts receivable is collected / turned over during an year. The higher the number - the better. The template gives Jack Gordon the ability to present this number in both numerical as well as graphic format.

As we can see from our analysis, the AR turnover ratio for A Taste for Tuscany is projected to be 400 for all the three years of 2009, 2010 and 2011.This of course implies that the sales that we have projected will cover the accounts recievable up to 400 times and that is good news - the only caution hereis of course that in the restaurant the accounts recievables typically tend to be very low anyway and hence this ratio is not given too much importance in absolute terms. However if the ratio were to change significantly due to reduced sales numbers, then this change could easily be a forebearer of toughertimes ahead for the business.

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