Long-Term Debt

Long-Term Debt
Loans and financial obligations lasting over one year.

In the U.K., long-term debts are known as "long-term loans."

For example, debts obligations such as bonds and notes, which have maturities greater than one year, would be considered long-term debt. Other securities such as T-bills and commercial papers would not be long-term debt because their maturities are typically shorter than one year.



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