Accounts Receivable & Credit Forms

Manage your accounts receivable and credit accounts with these convenient forms for credit managers, AR departments, controllers and collections agencies.

  • Collections forms, demand letters for arrears, and notices of pending legal action.
  • Customer forms to extend credit to new accounts and manage your current credit accounts.
  • Legal documents for settling overdue accounts.
  • Agreements for factoring and brokering receivables to increase cash flow and enhance your operating capital.
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Agreement to Compromise Debt

If a customer owes you money and you're willing to accept payment of a reduced amount in order to settle the debt, draw up an Agreement to Compromise Debt to set the terms.

  • The creditor agrees to accept the reduced sum as payment in full, provided that the total amount is paid within a specified time.
  • If the debtor fails to make the payments on time, the creditor has the right to start legal proceedings against the debtor for the full amount of the debt.
  • This is a generic legal form which can be used almost anywhere.

Sometimes it makes sense to settle for less, just to clear the slate. That's what this Agreement to Compromise Debt is for. Download it, fill it in and print it off.

$6.29

Agreement to Extend Time for Debt Repayment

Creditors, you can extend the amount of time in which a borrower pays back their indebtedness with this Agreement to Extend Time for Debt Repayment.

  • The repayment period is extended to give the borrower more time, provided that all payments are made on time.
  • If the borrower fails to make a payment when it comes due, the creditor will have the right to sue for the full amount.
  • This is a generic legal form which is not specific to any country, state or province.

Get the Agreement to Extend Time for Debt Repayment template for your credit department.

$6.29

Assignment of Accounts Receivable Forms

Factor the receivables of a business with this package of Assignment of Accounts Receivable forms which contains two templates:

  1. Assignment with Recourse. The assignee has recourse to re-transfer back any customer account which is not paid in full within a specified time period, and the assignor will buy them back for the amount of the unpaid balance.
  2. Assignment Without Recourse. The assignor does not have the option to take back the accounts if they remain unpaid.

An assignment of your accounts receivable is a quick way to increase cash flow during slow periods. Download your copy of these Assignment forms and use them as often as you like.

$12.49

British Columbia Authority to Do Credit Check

Before you run a credit check on that new customer, have them sign this British Columbia Authority to Do Credit Check form.

  • The authorization is required by the B.C. Credit Reporting Act.
  • The applicant authorizes the supplier to run a credit check on the applicant before extending credit.

British Columbia Authority to Do Credit Check, a free download provided in MS Word format.

Free

Canada Factoring and Security Agreement with Full Recourse

Purchase the accounts receivable of a Canadian business with this Factoring and Accounts Receivable Security Agreement with Full Recourse.

  • Under this Agreement (also called a debt purchase contract), a company needing cash for operations sells its accounts receivable to a factor (buyer) for an immediate cash injection, at a discounted rate off the face value of the accounts.
  • The buyer has full recourse against the seller for the full amount of any receivable which is not paid or disputed by a customer, together with interest on unpaid accounts.
This Canada Factoring and Security Agreement with Full Recourse is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs.
$29.99

Canada Factoring and Security Agreement with Limited Recourse

Purchase accounts receivable from Canadian companies with this Factoring and Accounts Receivable Security Agreement with Limited Recourse.

  • Under this Agreement (also called a debt purchase contract), a company needing cash for operations sells its accounts receivable to a factor for an immediate cash injection, at a discounted rate off the face value of the accounts.
  • The factor has only limited recourse against the seller for the amount of any receivable which is not paid or disputed by a customer, plus interest on unpaid accounts, up to a predetermined limit.
  • The factor will also pay the seller any excess funds received by the factor on customer accounts.
This Canada Factoring and Security Agreement with Limited Recourse is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to meet your needs.
$29.99