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(@edwardmartinqb)
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The Bad debit in accounting where receiver or company missed to collect the amount from the debtor and in that circumstance debtor turns into a bankrupt. Bad debt will lead the problem in P&L report while reconciling.

Below enlisted Steps will help you to Writing Off Bad Debt in QuickBooks.

*First of all, verify the initial stage of the receivable account.
*Create an Account for bad debts.
*Make a bad debit item.
*Make sure for bad debit, Create a credit memo.
*At invoice, configure the credit memo.
*In The end, Access the bad debit report.

I Hope the above-enlisted solutions lend a hand to manage or write-off bad debts in one place.


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(@anita-18)
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The accounting journal on the accrual basis would be as follows:

 

Debit Bad Debt expense

Credit  Allowance for doubtful accounts (or the customer accounts receivable account if your books are kept on a tax accounting basis or hybrid basis).

 

If you have Quickbooks Online accountant, or are working with an accountant, the process is much easier. You, or the accountant, would click on the briefcase labelled Accountant Tools. You will see two lists; Quick Links and Tools. Under tools, use the option to write off invoices. Then select the period for write-off (usually based on the Accounts Receivables Aging). Then simply select which invoices to write off. You can sort the list that comes up by invoice number, customer name, date, age of debt, and debt amount by clicking the headers. 

 

 

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