bad debt reserve, accounts receivable, transaction, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Explain definition of bad debt reserve and provision in terms of accounts receivable likely to be uncollected.


Bad debt reserve provision

Bad debt reserve provision is a amount that is kept aside towards the accounts receivable which is likely to remain uncollected. The amount could be a standard percentage of accounts receivable or identified to a particular transaction.
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