What is the definition of direct write off?
Direct write off means, to expensed out those accounts receivables to profit and loss account which becomes bad debts and seem unrecovrable from debtors. Other way to write off bad debts is through "Allowance for uncollectable" method which is indirect method to write off bad debts.
Simple accounting approach that immediately charges off bad debt.
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What principle assumption or constraint does the direct write off method violate if uncollectibles are significant?
The accounts receivables will need to match the bad debt beingwritten, and therefore this applies to the matching principle inaccounting.
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Bad debts is the direct write-off method of uncollectable foraccounts receivable.
Violates the matching principle
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There are two reasons why the direct write-off method is not allowed. First, applying the matching principle implies that the cost of the uncollectible accounts need to be ex…pensed in the period of the sale. Giving credit to customers helps to generate sales (if this were not the case, the firm would simply demand payment at time of delivery). Thus, not creating an allowance violates the matching principle. Second, with the direct write-off method, accounts receivable are at the nominal value, whereas the 'true' value (the amount that is expected to be collectible) is most likely lower. Thus, the direct write-off is likely to overstate the value of accounts receivable.
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Direct write-off does not correspond to the time of the initial debt. It charges bad debts against revenue for the current accounting period (i.e. when the debt is proven to b…e uncollectible). The allowance method is a set-aside wherein a business can retroactively assign bad debts to the corresponding revenue period, or to the one(s) following it.