uncollectable


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uncollectible

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not able to be collected or gathered
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These guidelines note, inter alia, that for a bad debt to be considered as specific, and thereby tax allowable, the Commissioner must be satisfied that the debt has become uncollectable after all reasonable steps have been taken to collect it.
Newcastle City Council's cabinet will meet on today to rubber stamp a move to write off PS649,000 in uncollectable debts.
Newcastle City Council's cabinet will meet today to rubber stamp a move to write off PS649,000 in uncollectable debts.
In Eastern Europe, Slovakian respondents were most impacted by overdue receivables and respondents from the Czech Republic by uncollectable receivables.
3m due has been deemed either probably or possibly uncollectable.
4 billion yen in loans to the failed firm may become uncollectable.
2 billion in the fourth quarter, primarily because the company reclaimed assets that had previously been written off as uncollectable.
The upstate-New York firm will discontinue some products lines, take a write-off on outdated inventory, and set up a reserve for uncollectable accounts and notes.
2bn of that is considered "probably uncollectable," and the overall figure is rising by pounds 10m a month.
3million is probably uncollectable for a variety of reasons such as lack of contact with, or personal circumstances of, non-resident parents.