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in which a
is made for estimated bad debts in an
by setting aside a certain percentage of total
or shortfall of this
(as against the actual
amount) is adjusted in the following accounting period. It is one of the two such methods; the other is called
direct write off method
. Also called
allowance for bad debts
letter of credi...
pro forma invoi...
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