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uncollectible

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not able to be collected or gathered
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Uncollectable debts of the companies under liquidation stood at EUR 248,600.
During 2018/19, local authorities collected PS625.1 million in council tax arrears and wrote off PS195 million of uncollectable council tax.
Some customers even claimed their investment via the app has been written off as uncollectable.
The judgment will be uncollectable as XTAL is in bankruptcy, but under a settlement arrangement ASML will end up owning most, if not all, of XTAL's intellectual property through the bankruptcy process.
According to senior FBR officer, tax revenue in excess of Rs1,276 billion remains uncollectable on account of thousands of unresolved cases.
Uncollectable accounts receivable, commonly referred to as bad debt expense, historically has been included in selling, general and administrative expenses for VITAS and Roto-Rooter, are now netted against service revenue and sales.
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.
Data shows that during 2016/17, local authorities collected PS627m in council tax arrears and wrote off PS172 million of uncollectable council tax.
ANORTH East city council is set to write off more than half a million pounds in 'bad debt.' .' 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.