Definitions for "debt"
An amount borrowed or owed between two parties. Debt comes with the implied...
That which is due from one person to another, whether money, goods, or services; that which one person is bound to pay to another, or to perform for his benefit; thing owed; obligation; liability.
A duty neglected or violated; a fault; a sin; a trespass.
The amount due by a customer in respect of goods supplied or services rendered by you.
to-income ratio A ratio used by lending institutions to determine whether a person is qualified for a mortgage. Debt-to-income is the total amount of debt, including credit cards and other loans, divided by total gross monthly income.
If an individual, or approved child care service, has been paid more than they were entitled to receive, the amount in excess of their entitlement is a debt to the Australian Government under the application of the A New Tax System (Family Assistance) (Administration) Act 1999, and Data Matching Program (Assistance and Tax) Act 1990.
Keywords:  jarana
Keywords:  naught, vode, troutlet, enfolds, barlow
An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slave- driver. As, pent in an aquarium, the troutlet Swims round and round his tank to find an outlet, Pressing his nose against the glass that holds him, Nor ever sees the prison that enfolds him; So the poor debtor, seeing naught around him, Yet feels the narrow limits that impound him, Grieves at his debt and studies to evade it, And finds at last he might as well have paid it. Barlow S. Vode
I paid the debt in full.
DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloro-ethane) Defoliants Demographic Pressures Defensive Alliances and Multinational Agreements
Keywords:  aic, gearing, equity, ranking, prior
The total value of all prior charges ranking before equity capital. When referred to in the context of investment trusts the debt referred to is that which is used for investment purposes. See Gearing.
Expressed in percentage, this figure is based on fiscal year-end values of total debt to shareholder's equity. more...
see Total Debt, Long-Term debt, Debt Due, and Total Debt Due in 5 Years.
Debt was an American game show hosted by Wink Martindale which aired on Lifetime from 1996 to 1998.
Keywords:  iou, gilts, bonds, treasuries, bank
IOU, such as bank loans, bonds, commercial paper, government bonds and bills.
A term used to group fixed income or bond instruments such as gilts, US Treasuries, notes, mortgage backed bonds etc.
Selling bonds or borrowing from banks or other entities to raise funds. See also: Balance Sheet, Equity
This may include bank loans, overdrafts, and lease financing and may be long or short term, secured or unsecured. The lender receives interest at an agreed rate and in the event that this is not paid may be entitled to take control of and sell certain assets owned by the company. A lender does not, however, generally have a share in the ownership of the business.
Keywords:  bomb, capacity
Debt bomb Debt capacity
pays back predictably from unpredictable real-life process
Funds loaned in exchange for the receipt of interest income and the promised repayment of the loan at a given future date.
A loan that consolidates other outstanding debts into one consolidation loan facility for the purpose of reducing payments or interest expense cost.
Debt situation Default report Deferment Direct loan Discharged
Keywords:  revenue, tax
revenue tax
LONG TERM DEBT - borrowings that will not be due within the current 12 month period, but in future years. SHORT TERM DEBT - borrowings that will be due and payable within the current 12 month period.
Borrowings including short-term portion.
Keywords:  external, public, see
See External Debt; Public Debt
One of the alternative sources of capital for a company, also called long-term debt or loans.