Total Liabilities

Total Liabilities

A line on a balance sheet representing the sum of a company's long-term debt, current liabilities and irregular or miscellaneous expenses. In other words, total liabilities include the full amount that a company is required to pay.
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349 million in 2016 but she also had total liabilities of P35.
According to standards of international banks, the volume of NPLs should not exceed 4% of the total liabilities.
Total liabilities and restricted and unrestricted investments accounts of the bank reached $360,015,394 as of 30 June, 2013, compared to total liabilities and restricted and unrestricted investments accounts of the bank reached $333,746,572 as of 31 December 2012, a net increase of 7.
Bryan, Steven Lilien, and Jane Mooney in their article "How the New Pension Accounting Rules Affect the Dow 30's Financial Statements" found that the total unadjusted total liabilities ($ 5,216,329) of the Dow Jones 30 Industrials increased by 3.
Of the total liabilities to foreign banks some $15.
Kniffen was subject to tax solely on the amount by which the total liabilities assumed exceeded the transferred assets' basis, as required by Sec.
The court papers also revealed that Kmart is paring down its total liabilities.
Until these numbers improve, the city is likely to continue to face high total liabilities in this area.
Since $159,823 of the total liabilities of $163,820 were business liabilities, the Tax Court allowed Catalano to deduct 93.
This translates into each man, woman, and child in Canada owing $115,777 in total liabilities - almost four times the average Canadian salary.
Total liabilities of the company reached $202,178,042 as of 30 June 2013, compared to total liabilities of $192,755,238 as of 31 December 2012, a net increase of 4.
Notice that the number in Total Assets (C15) doesn't equal the number in Total Liabilities and Owners' Equity (C32) and that both figures are highlighted in red.