Long-term liabilities

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Long-term liabilities

Amount owed for leases, bond repayment, and other items due after 1 year.

Long-Term Liability

Any liability with a term of greater than a year. In both investing and personal finance, a long-term liability often is a loan with a long payback period. Examples include a 30-year mortgage or a 10-year Treasury note. See also: Long-term financing.
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Long-term liabilities are moderate, accounting for approximately 10% of residents' personal income.
With respect to the liabilities, both short-term and long-term liabilities of the company in the same period decreased both quantitatively and proportionally.
FASB, which has yet to issue a formal proposal, believes its amendments will improve the distinction between short-and long-term liabilities.
On a year-on-year basis, long-term liabilities grew by EUR 397.
Eighty two percent of MENA institutions say funding long-term liabilities is one of their biggest concern for managing risk, followed by the low yield-investing environment (78 per cent).
As regards the public debt, the long-term liabilities based on issued government securities and central government loans decreased," said the National Bank.
LCPF is looking for reliable long-term income yields to match its long-term liabilities and, in this context, we believe that this acquisition fully fits the fund s strategy.
WORCESTER - The city's fiscal health remains strong as two bond rating agencies have affirmed their previous ratings for it, citing "significant improvement" in its reserve and liquidity positions, as well as prudent management of unused property tax-levy capacity and steady progress toward funding long-term liabilities.
The recession also has increased the amount needed to cover the fund's long-term liabilities to $3.
Companies that offer final salary pensions - traditionally the Rolls-Royce standard - have always had to contend with the risk of ensuring their underlying investments, or assets, matched their long-term liabilities.
IG went 25-35 about Australia while Spreadex were 32-42, but Spreadex highlighted that their quote reflected their belief in the Aussies' ability rather than any long-term liabilities.

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