The combined amount of the debit balance in the current asset account Accounts Receivable and the credit balance in the contra asset account Allowance for Doubtful Accounts. The difference between the balances in these two accounts is an approximation of the amount of the accounts receivable that is likely to turn to cash (be collected).
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