Receivable management is an important fact of financial management. Their accurate monitoring and proper management are also important dimensions in organization. This study examines the impact of receivables management on profitability of food and beverages manufacturing companies in Nigeria. The variables include, accounts receivable, debt and sales growth. Secondary sources of data were used for the period 2000-2011. The hypotheses were analyzed using the multiple regression analytical tools. The findings show that accounts receivable had negative and non-significant relationship with profitability, while debt had positive but non-significant relationship with profitability of food and beverages manufacturing companies in Nigeria. Finally, sales growth also had positive and non-significant relationship with profitability.
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