current liabilities


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current liabilities

pl n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) business liabilities maturing within a year
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current liabilities

[ˈkʌrntˌlaɪəˈbɪlɪtɪz] npl (Fin) → passività fpl correnti
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Net Working Capital = Current Assets - Current Liabilities
At JKUAT, current liabilities of Sh3.9 billion exceeded current assets of Sh2.6 billion, leading to a negative working capital of Sh1.3 billion.
Current liabilities include items such as wages and accounts payable, short-term debt, and the current proportion of long-term debt.
EXHIBIT Summary Statistics for Current Assets and Liabilities As Pro Chi- P- Reported Forma square level Median Current Assets $361.00 $352.21 .293 .588 Median Current Liabilities $190.22 $188.00 .005 .944 Median Current Ratio (CA/CL) 1.827 1.788 1.80 .180 Figures in millions of dollars.
The study found fluctuating liquidity and solvency position due to the excess of current liabilities and high amount of borrowed funds.
Total current liabilities were AED 261 million and non-current liabilities were AED 3.8 million at December 2013, against AED 239 million and AED 5.3 million respectively at December 2012.
Non-current liabilities Finance lease $27,399 Current liabilities Finance lease $12,000 Non-current liabilities Finance lease $77,408 (balance at end of following year) Current liabilities Finance lease $22,108 (balance at end of current year less that of following year end $99,516-$77,408)
At the end of the period, current assets were USD432,495 and current liabilities USD199,828.
Calculate a Quick Ratio by dividing the total CASH + Accounts Receivable by the total current liabilities. A low Quick Ratio indicates pending trouble in paying your bills.
These measures, however, fail to incorporate a measure of "nearness" to cash described by FASB beyond the fact that "current" generally indicates that the assets will be converted to cash or consumed during the normal operating cycle of the business, and the liabilities will be liquidated using current assets, or by the creation of other current liabilities. Nevertheless, in accounting and auditing textbooks, the current and quick ratios continue to be the focus of liquidity analysis.
In Jan-Dec 2012 the total current liabilities grew by 86% to 23.6 bln AMD, or 61.6% of total liabilities by 1 Jan 2013.
Students should be able to distinguish current assets from long-term assets and current liabilities from long-term liabilities (elements of a classified balance sheet).

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