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Current liabilities

Current liabilities

A current liability is an obligation that is 1) due within one year of the date of a company’s balance sheet and 2) will require the use of a current asset or will create another current liability. If a company’s operating cycle is longer than one year, current liabilities are those obligation’s due within the operating cycle.

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