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Percent of Accounts Receivable Method

Percent of Accounts Receivable Method is an estimate of bad debts which stand at a percentage of total AR outstanding. For instance, if a company has $10 million of AR outstanding, then a percentage such as 2% of this may be uncollectible, thus the company will have allowance for doubtful accounts of 2% x $10 million = $200,000

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