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The Importance of Analyzing Accounts Receivable

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In studying financial statements, investors often focus on revenues, net income, and earnings per share. Although investigating a business’s revenues and profits is a good way to get a picture of its overall health, analyzing the accounts receivable allows you to go a step deeper in your analysis.

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