short-term debt

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Short-term debt

Debt obligations, recorded as current liabilities, requiring payment within the year.

Short-Term Debt

Any bond or other debt that must be repaid or refinanced within one year. Short-term debts are recorded on a balance sheet as current liabilities.

short-term debt

That portion of debt that is payable within one year.Consumers typically include only debts maturing in one year in their schedule of short-term debts.Businesses usually segregate debt into the current year's portion of all debt,with the balance,if any,categorized as long-term debt. When completing a form financial statement for a lender, it is important to find out that lender's definition of short-term debt. Placing debts in the wrong category could result in a failure to meet certain critical ratios,and denial of the loan.

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They need to pass some kind of funding bill to avoid another shutdown at midnight Friday and have worked to avoid turning to another short-term bill that would only prolong the border debate.
Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.) released a statement following the Presidents announcement that he will finally end the Trump Shutdown and support a bipartisan, short-term bill to re-open the government the same deal that President Trump rejected 36 days ago that caused the government shutdown in the first place.
While House Democrats have been passing funding packages for weeks, the Senate vote on the short-term bill came only a day after the chamber rejected two proposals that would have reopened the government.
Congress are racing to meet a midnight Friday deadline to pass a short-term bill to keep the U.S.
The central focus of the September legislative stretch is to pass a short-term bill that will keep the government funded past Sept.
Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, told reporters that Obama would sign a short-term bill, if needed.
We Can Afford to Do a Short-Term Bill and Maintain the Status Quo.
The new legislation is, in effect, a short-term bill that runs through March 2015, when a new Congress will be seated.
1, relying only on a short-term bill that runs through March 27.
The short-term bill would provide a little more than $3 billion for the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) for nine months.
However, lending data showed what should be a reassuring trend for policymakers: that credit is being channeled more into mid- and long-term loans as opposed to short-term bill financing, meaning more cash is likely being put into actual investments.
"[White House budget director Rob] Portman said a short-term bill would