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Overview: Debtors
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This lesson will you an insight into what all topics will be covered in the course along with the basic definition of Debtors and its know how.

Rakesh Sud
Chartered Accountant, Cost & Works Acct , Passed CISA and CISSP, BA Eco(Hons) St Stephens College, ISC St Columba's School, Delhi

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  1. COURSE- Debtor Introduction By Rakesh Sud

  2. Something about Myself Chartered Accountant Cost Accountant *Graduate in Eco Hons from St Stephens CISSP, CISA Worked in AFF, Reckitt Benckiser, Africa etc 30 years work diverse work experience Interested in Teaching.

  3. Debtor Introduction This Course is for anyone who has ever worked in a business or run his own business *The term Debtor sems complex but is actually quite simple *The term Debtor seems complex but is actually quite simple The Course is also for executives who work for businesses and Sales and Accounts Department or actually in any role of any for c however smal o work for bsines and Sales and Accounts Departments or actually in any role of any business however small or large it may be

  4. Debtor Introduction to Topic (This presentation) LI What is a debtor L2 D g Capital L3 Receivables Management L4 Pricing and Sales Returns L ebtor as a part of Workin 5 On account payments of Debtors

  5. Debtor L6 Aging of Debtors L7 Bad Debts L8 Debtors and fixed deposits L 9 Strategies to deal when Debtors are Fixed Deposits L 10 Debtors Control Accounts

  6. Debtor- To reiterate Debtor owes us money Debtor is a Customer who still has to pay us consideration for goods/service supplied to him Debtor has taken something from us (good/service) which he has not paid for