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Observations show that mass accretion can occur at the surfaces of stars in young binaries of all separations. Given that resonant torques have been expected to clear gaps and dam the inward flow of material from circumbinary disks, this result begs the question of how mass accretion is supplied in binary systems. In this paper we address this question in the context of close binaries. Spectral energy distributions indicate that dynamical clearing is not complete for close binaries havingdoi:10.1017/s0074180900225497 fatcat:r24fz6pxpzgj3hsji556pjqcfq