Average payment period

• The average amount of time needed to pay accounts payable.


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Annualized holding period return
Arithmetic average mean rate of return
Average accounting return
Average across day measures
Average age of accounts receivable
Average age of inventory
Average collection period
Average cost of capital
Average dividend yield
Average high pe
Average life
Average low price
Average low price earnings
Average maturity
Average percent payout
Average pre tax profit margin
Average price
Average price earning ratio
Average profit margin
Average rate of return
Average tax rate
Balloon payment
Break even lease payment
Break even payment rate
Cash discount period
Clearing house automated payment system
Clearing house interbank payment system
Compounding period
Credit period
Date of payment
Delivery versus payment
Discount period
Discounted payback period rule
Dow jones industrial average
Evaluation period
Graduated payment mortgage
Graduated payment mortgages
Holding period
Holding period return
Holding period return/yield
Interest impact on accumulation of 1 per period
Interest impact on present value of ordinary annuity of 1 per period
Life annuity with period certain
Moving average
Net period
Neutral period
Payback period
Payment date
Payment float
Payment in kind
Payment in kind pik bond
Period certain
Potential average dividend yield
Present value of a future payment
Production payment financing
Recovery period
Simple moving average
Single payment bond
Single payment note
Substitute cash or dividend payment
T period holding period return
Waiting period
Weighted average
Weighted average cost of capital
Weighted average coupon
Weighted average life
Weighted average maturity
Weighted average portfolio yield
Weighted average remaining maturity
Workout period

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