Insolvency Definition

Insolvency Definition

Insolvency is the inability to pay debts when they are due. It also occurs when a company’s liabilities exceed the value of its assets, if you cannot readily cover these the assets into cash to repay debts. Apply this to either individuals or organizations.

Insolvency Leads to Bankruptcy

Insolvency often leads to bankruptcy. However, you can avoid bankruptcy if the debtor can restructure or renegotiate delinquent debt payment. Out-of-court renegotiation of delinquent debt is called a workout.

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See Also:

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Costs
Bankruptcy Information
Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio Analysis

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