47. PR.03-18Problem 3-18Bad Debts (LO 3.10)Steinar loaned a friend $9,500 to buy some stock 3 years aqo. In the current year the debt became worthless.a. How much is Steinar's deduction for the bad debt for this year? (Assume he has no other capital gains or losses.)bad debt.$as ab. What can Steinar do with the deduction not used this year?and deducted in future years, subject tocan be carried forward as aThe remaining $

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47. PR.03-18
Problem 3-18
Bad Debts (LO 3.10)
Steinar loaned a friend $9,500 to buy some stock 3 years aqo. In the current year the debt became worthless.
a. How much is Steinar's deduction for the bad debt for this year? (Assume he has no other capital gains or losses.)
bad debt.
$
as a
b. What can Steinar do with the deduction not used this year?
and deducted in future years, subject to
can be carried forward as a
The remaining $
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47. PR.03-18 Problem 3-18 Bad Debts (LO 3.10) Steinar loaned a friend $9,500 to buy some stock 3 years aqo. In the current year the debt became worthless. a. How much is Steinar's deduction for the bad debt for this year? (Assume he has no other capital gains or losses.) bad debt. $ as a b. What can Steinar do with the deduction not used this year? and deducted in future years, subject to can be carried forward as a The remaining $

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A bad debt represents that amount of debt which cannot be recovered.  In accounting, bad debt can be either directly written off or adjusted to the provision created.

 In the case of the direct written off method, the amount of bad debt is directly charge...

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