bad debt

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a debt that is unlikely to be repaid

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Bank of Cyprus has recently sold non-performing exposures worth e1/433.7m to distressed debt manager APS, which is also handling Hellenic Bank's portfolio of bad debts.
I will classify bad debt as money borrowed for debts that were spent on non-emergency situations.
The bad debt rate is calculated by dividing the total amount written off as bad debt by the total amount that was eligible to collect.
Bad debt is debt that is utilized for items that usually lose value immediately, stagnate in value, depreciate over time or promise no possible future financial income.
George Eliot Hospital-Nuneaton's hospital reported PS67,880 in losses and special payments in 2016/17, including PS1,537 in overseas patients bad debt and PS1,634 in other bad debt.
Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has called on state-owned firms to control their bad debts.
The fact that the debtor is a related business does not preclude a bad debt deduction by the individual taxpayer.
While the risk of bad debt cannot be completely avoided there are steps you can take to minimise risk.
30 June 2014 - Italian lender Banco Popolare Societa Cooperativa (BIT:BP) has postponed the planned divestment of its bad debt arm and will examine potential merger opportunities, CEO Pier Francesco Saviotti told daily Il Sole 24 Ore.
The bank made PS200,000 pre-tax profit earlier this year because of reduced levels of potential bad debt.
We find that the reform reduced the financial burden for patients, reflected by a 26 percent decrease in hospital bad debt The effect was more pronounced among safety-net hospitals, indicating a larger benefit for the most vulnerable population.
IRC Section 166(d)(1) allows a taxpayer to deduct bad debt incurred as a part of the taxpayer's trade or business in the year the debt becomes worthless.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-February 24, 2011-HiSoft makes USD3.5m bad debt provision in 2010 results(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 24, 2010--IFC seeks to purchase bad debt from Russian Sberbank, DIA(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The matches are beneficial for both clients, who see their bad debt collected faster, and for collection agencies, as they are constantly being considered for automatic customer referrals.