Current Liabilities

See Also:
Balance Sheet
Current Assets
Fixed Assets
Fixed Assets – NonCurrent Assets

Current Liabilities

Current liabilities is a category of liabilities on the balance sheet. The category also consists of debts and other financial obligations expected to be paid or settled within one year or within one normal operating cycle of the business (whichever is longer). The balance sheet also includes a category for long-term liabilities. In this article, we will look at examples of items that would be found in this category and the key ratios to calculate current liabilities.

Examples of Items

Examples of items considered this type of liability include the following:

Key Ratios to Calculate Current Liabilities

You need to have the following key ratios to calculate current liabilities:

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One Response to Current Liabilities

  1. laura June 4, 2015 at 5:36 pm #

    Should AP accruals be included in the DPO.

    Thanks, in advance!

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