Finance Formulas / July 19, 2018 / Kenley Hopper
Accounts receivable, bills to customers that have yet to be paid, are considered current assets as long as they can be expected to be paid within a year. If a business has been making sales by offering loose credit terms, a chunk of its accounts receivables might not come due for a longer period of time. It is also possible that some accounts will never be paid in full.
In return for your lump sum, the insurance company promises to make regular payments to you (or to a payee you specify) for the chosen length of time most commonly for the remainder of your life, however long that may be.
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