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    Renee Allan commented  · 

    Imperative for manufacturing companies

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    Hi community, we appreciate this idea has collected a fair amount of votes and commentary. This has all been feedback and taken seriously by our product teams.

    Currently, there are ways to record a bad debt in Xero, depending on your tax registration status and how you want the transactions to be recorded in your reports - We have help for this on Xero Central you can draw into.

    We don’t have any plans in the near term to expand functionality to develop a button to write off invoices or bills as 'bad debt'. If anything changes in this space, we’ll update you on this idea!

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    Renee Allan commented  · 

    Xero only interprets credit allocations as cash transactions which is inaccurate when running Cash reports ie P&L as the write off is not cash received - it is quite the contrary. Couldn't Xero recognise the Source - that denotes it as a receivable credit note -write off - and not treat it as Cash

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