General provision

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1. Financial reporting - balance sheet - liabilities.

A general provision is an accounting liability which is not linked with specific items.

For example a general bad debt provision, calculated as a global percentage of all receivables.

2. Tax.

Movements on general provisions are not allowable expenditure for tax purposes, nor taxable.

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