Even the end-of-year financial statements will require some estimated amounts. For example, a company's liability for warranties on its products and its allowance for uncollectible accounts receivable will need to be estimates. Providing an estimated amount is better than ignoring reality and reporting a zero amount.
I recommend that the company's accountant review the estimated amounts that will be entered in the bookkeeping or accounting system.
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