18th Aug 2014 from TwitLonger

ACCA guidance on managing working capital, trade credit and collections

'What guidance can ACCA provide on managing working capital, trade credit and collections? We were asked this question recently and the answer is, 'tons!'. See a selection below:

Latest ACCA credit control guidance:
ACCA/CBI research on credit management among SMEs: Emphasises the need to maintain close relationships with customers.
Detailed case studies on what successful management of late payments and collections can look like, pp 23 onwards:
General tips on trade credit practices:
ACCA template cashflow forecast:
A discussion of the timing of different types of finance:
ACCA working capital optimisation course (ACCA members / students only):
ACCA training material explaining how to formally account for receivables, late payment and bad debt:
Advice on measuring the cost of early payment discounts here:
ACCA general advice on overdrafts - costs, benefits and limitations:
ACCA guidance on trade loans:
ACCA General Guidance on invoice discounting and factoring:
Guidance for Directors considering invoice discounting:
Learning material for student accountants, including how to calculate the true cost of factoring:
Worked examples of how the business case for factoring can be assessed:
ACCA/Aite Group guide to reverse factoring:
ACCA guidance on comparing the cost of different types of finance:
TAN Guidance on credit collections, with input from ACCA:
ACCA Guidance on setting KPIs:
ACCA course on setting KPIs (ACCA members / students only):
ACCA course on financial control in SMEs: Financial control in SMEs (ACCA members / students only)

Reply · Report Post