Receivables Turnover

The Receivables Turnover ratio measures the number of times, on average, receivables (money owed by customers) is collected during a reporting period. While it is best calculated by dividing sales by average accounts receivable, we have used total sales since many companies do not disclose how much of the sales were made on credit. The Receivables Turnover ratio is measured on a TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains Recs Turnover

The Receivables Turnover ratio, also known as the Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio or the Debtor’s Turnover Ratio, can be used to determine whether the company is having trouble collecting the cash it provided customers on credit. A high ratio indicates that a company is able to collect its receivables in a timely manner, whereas a low ratio would imply it has difficulties collecting its receivables.

The formula is: Total Sales / Average Accounts Receivable

This ratio is measured on a [TTM] (/learn/our-data/understanding-ttm-trailing-twelve-month-462843 basis.

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The 5 highest Recs Turnover Stocks in the Market

TickerNameRecs TurnoverStockRank™
NSI:UJJIVANUjjivan Financial Services1,607,760.00%77
NSI:VMARTV-mart Retail225,099.53%15
KOSDAQ:298380ABL Bio171,363.10%14
LON:ORITOctopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust155,820.00%72