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Examples of Liability Accounts


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Financial Statements Overview

 
Liabilities

Current Liabilities
 
Current liabilities include liabilities that are expected to be paid within a year from the balance sheet date.
 
   Accounts payable (due within a year from the balance sheet date)
   Notes payable (due within a year from the balance sheet date)
   Short-term borrowings
   Salaries payable
   Income taxes payable
   Sales taxes payable
   Current maturities of long-term debt (due within a year from the balance sheet date)
   Other current liabilities
  
 
Long-Term Liabilities
 
Long-term liabilities include liabilities that are expected to be paid after a year from the balance sheet date.
 
   Bonds payable
   Long-term notes payable (due after a year from the balance sheet date)
   Long-term borrowings




 
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Ratios for Financial Statement Analysis
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