Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Write-off

This is where an asset value is reduced to zero. This can be a fixed asset or a current asset. E.g a debtor can not pay and the amount is not recoverable. This amount is written off the balance sheet and charged in the profit and loss account.

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