In instances where bad debt
performance is better than average (less than 10 percent), it's likely that patient demographics (for example, propensity to pay) and follow-up policies are resulting in higher collections and, subsequently, fewer bad debt
It appears S's bad debt
loss is considered a business bad debt
since his guarantee was spurred by his business motive to retain his best supplier.
To assess the impact of Massachusetts' health care reform on hospital bad debt
, we consider the reform a natural experiment.
Its first quarter performance marks a significant turnaround on the pounds 6.3bn losses reported for 2009 after the HBOS takeover and financial crisis left Lloyds with a colossal pounds 24bn in bad debts
PROFITS at water giant Severn Trent beat forecasts following a range of cost savings across the business and a tight rein on bad debts
Around 75% of accountants in Cardiff have seen an increase in clients with bad debt
in recent months.
collections often are viewed by management as being independent from the resident approval guidelines," said Miria Rabideau, Regional Vice President with Associated Estates Realty Corp.
THE scale of the credit crunch and the anticipated downturn in business is illustrated in a big upturn in companies seeking protection from bad debt
A properly formulated portfolio strategy, executed with the right processes, resources and organizational structure, will keep cash flowing and minimize bad debt
Although the legal action was settled out of court, John claimed a bad debt
deduction in the amount of $491,054 on his 1995 tax return.
But that's not all businesses have been doing to stem bad debt
and improve cash flow.
Japan's economy has been ailing for more than a decade, and the conventional wisdom is that the world's second largest economy won't improve until Tokyo gives top priority to dealing with the mountains of bad debt
held by Japanese banks.