long-term liabilities

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A category of debts on a company's balance sheet that do not need to be repaid during the upcoming twelve months, but that instead need to be repaid in a year or more.

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You need to make sure that you are keeping up to date with any long-term liabilities that you may have.

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The long-term liabilities were sub optimal for us because we wanted to lay the foundation for success for the long term.

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All long-term liabilities should be avoided at all costs since it is impossible to predict too far in advance what will happen to the market and to your disposable income.

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