Finance / July 19, 2018 / Parker Hardy
Liability is a financial obligation made by a company to pay certain amount for the goods or services received by the company in the past. The short-term legal agreements which are required to be paid within one year are referred as current liabilities. Current liabilities are reported under liabilities on balance sheet.
In the real world, simple interest is rarely used. When you deposit money into an interest-bearing account, or take out a line of credit, the interest that accumulates is added to the principal, and the next interest calculation is done on both the principal and the interest.
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