Book debt


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a debt for items charged to the debtor by the creditor in his book of accounts.

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2012) uses the book debt ratio arguing that book leverage is more likely to be under the control of managers.
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It adds: "The joint administrators believe the company should be moved to creditors voluntary liquidation in order to make a distribution to the unsecured creditors from the prescribed part, once all matter in the administration have been finalised including the book debt collections and paying all final costs from the period of occupation at the trading premises.
Seventeen percent use their current book debt but use market values for the equity portion of the ratio.
A spokesman for investment firm Collins Stewart said in a broker's note: "Revenue and profit growth is helpful, but increase in collections on lower book debt is more important.
In his book Debt and Delusion, Peter Warburton shows how the effectiveness of credit stimuli reduced with time; one dollar of debt only added one cent of output.
9) It is worth noticing that the book debt to equity ratio for the bank-affiliated group (across all affiliation categories) is much smaller than that of the non-affiliated group, despite the fact that they have similar debt to asset ratios.
856 billion in cash before the end of the year, bringing down its net book debt on December 31 to Euro 14 billion, from 37 billion a year earlier.
Priest regards commodity money and book debt as forms of barter exchange and the economy in which they prevailed as a barter economy.
Mark Levine's book Debt was a 1993 National Poetry Series selection.
at 17 ("Almost 90 percent of all book debt actions filed in the Hartford County Court in 1700 were between residents of the county.
5 billion in debt over the past 10 years to a level where consolidated book debt is around $900 million.