The liabilities which are not to be paid within the current accounting year or are to be paid after a long period. For examples: Debentures of a company, Secured Loans, redeemable preference shares etc. A business firm must make proper arrangement to settle the long term liabilities so that the working capital of the firm is not disturbed.
Long term liabilities are shown in liabilities side of balance sheet.
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