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If a Vendor has not received payment for goods or services, it should be their responsibility to perform the work to collect the amounts due, right?  Maybe, but what if the aged Open Payables amounts are Credit Memos representing amounts due to the Company?  What if the amount of an Outstanding Check is an overpayment or was not due to the Vendor for many reasons?

In these cases, it is up to the Company to perform the research then take the necessary action.  In this course, we cover methods for determining what needs to be audited.  Research options and the order of these steps will also be addressed.

The benefit to the Company in performing this work?  Potentially  the recovery of funds due to the Company and/or corrections to costs and liabilities.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore how aged Open Payables can impact a Company’s financials.
  • Discover the benefits of reconciling aged Open Payables.
  • Recognize the impact of outstanding checks on both the Vendors and the Company.
  • Identify ways for researching then resolving aged Open Payables and Outstanding Checks.

Included In Certifications

This course is included in the following Expert Certifications:

15 CoursesAccounts Payable Management Certification

  1. Accounts Payable – Learn the Terminology
  2. A Deep Dive into the Responsibilities of Accounts Payable Operations
  3. The Vendor Master – Creating A Solid Foundation for Accounts Payable Processing
  4. The Basics of 1099's
  5. Managing Accounts Payable – Divide and Conquer
  6. Strengthening Vendor Relationships - Steps That Can Be Taken by Accounts Payable
  7. The Benefits of Reconciling Purchase Order Goods Receipts Not Yet Invoiced
  8. Reconciling Aged Open Payables and Outstanding Checks
  9. Benefits of An Accounts Payable Recovery Audit
  10. No PO, No Pay – Can It Work for Your Organization?
  11. What to Consider in an Accounts Payable Workflow Solution
  12. Creating an Accounts Payable Documentation Management Policy
  13. Communicating the Role of Accounts Payable to Others
  14. Justifying and Presenting the Needs of Accounts Payable Operations
  15. The Basics of Project Management for Accounts Payable

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Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Intermediate
  • Review the Glossary of Terms available in the Supporting Materials section of the Course Overview
  • Take the following courses:
    • A Deep Dive into Accounts Payable Operations
    • The Payment Process

 

 

 

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact:
For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  1:58Introduction to Reconciling Aged Items
Aged Open Payables
  8:00Reconciling Aged Open Payables – Part 1
  10:33Reconciling Aged Open Payables – Part 2
  2:38Open Payables - Making Corrections
Outstanding Payments
  1:13Introduction to Aged Outstanding Payments
  8:15Outstanding Payments – Doing the Research
  3:23Outstanding Payments – Making Corrections
CONCLUSION
  3:45Reconciling Aged Items - Conclusion
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  39:45Reconciling Aged Open Payables and Outstanding Payments Continuous Play
SUPPORTING MATERIALS
  PDFSlides: Reconciling Aged Open Payables and Outstanding Checks
  PDFReconciling Aged Open Payables and Outstanding Checks Glossary/Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM