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Days Payable Outstanding

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Posted by Michael Grover on Jul 07, 2022
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Days Payable Outstanding or DPO is the average number of days between the time the company receives an invoice and when the invoice is paid. DPO is typically calculated on a quarterly or annual basis. If a company has a DPO of 23 for its most recent quarter, that means it took 23 days on average to pay its suppliers during that time. DPO is a key cash-flow metric that indicates how well a company manages its cash outflows. A high DPO is often desirable because if a company takes longer to pay creditors, it has more cash available in the short term to use for other purposes.

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