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What is an accounts receivable aging schedule? Why is it important?

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Define the term accounts receivable aging schedule and its importance.

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Aging of receivables: It is a method for estimating the uncollectible receivables by determining the balance of the allowance for bad debts account based on the age (time) of the individual accounts receivable.

The Aging Method accounts receivables determines the amount of the ending balance of accounts receivable that will not to be collected. It considers the previous balance of allowances for uncollectible account...

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