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Accounts Receivable Flowchart

Accounts Receivable Flowchart

If a sale is made by billing the customer, the customer will be sent an invoice. Usually the customer has 30 days to pay the total, which is referred to as NET30. This chart shows the actions taken by the Accounts Receivable Department which gets a copy of the invoice. They will check after 30 days and then keep reminding the customer about the invoice until it is paid.

If a chart is getting too large, you should split it into sections. In the top level chart, one rectangle may refer to another flowchart. This creates a hierarchy and makes it easier to draw a chart about one subject. RFFlow allows you to set up hyperlinks so that you can click on a shape or text and jump to another chart. Right-click on a shape, click Properties, and go to the Link tab. Then click the Help button to find out more about hyperlinks.
Drawing Instructions
First download the free trial version of RFFlow. It will allow you to open any chart and make modifications.

Once RFFlow is installed, you can open the above chart in RFFlow by clicking on accounts_receivable.flo. From there you can zoom in, edit, and print this sample chart. It is often easier to modify an existing chart than to draw it from scratch.

To draw this chart without downloading it, run RFFlow and click on the More Shapes More Shapes Button button.

Scroll to the Flowcharting folder and click the plus sign to open it.

Click the Colored, Rounded Shapes stencil and then click the Add Stencil button.

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