Days Sales Outstanding or DSO

Posted by Professor Cram in Ratios of Asset Management

Days Sales Outstanding (DSO)

The days sales outstanding ratio (DSO) gives an indication of how long it takes to collect accounts receivables, comparing outstanding receivables to average daily sales. This tutorial walks you through the calculation as well as where on the financial statements you’d find the numbers.

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