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Bad Debts

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Bad debt is usually referred to as trade accounts receivable or accounts receivable that will not be collected. It is a non-recoverable amount from the person who was supposed to pay the same to the lender. The reason for bad debt may be either the debtors go bankrupt or they have financial issues

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