In accounting, an allowance for doubtful accounts is an approved reduction in the value of an asset, usually accounts receivable, based on an analysis from management about the likelihood of all payments being made by clients/customers.
Example: An allowance for doubtful accounts has reduced the value of our outstanding bills based on reliability of customers making payments.
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