Debt obligations, recorded as current liabilities, requiring payment within the year.
Obligations owing to banks or others and payable with the next 12 months.
Short Term Debts are the debts repayable within one year. It is the amount of money that the company has borrowed and which it has to repay within a period of one year. Many companies do not disclose this data in their Annual Reports and hence it is an estimation.
a public or publicly guaranteed private debt that has a maturity of one year or less
Short-term debt refers to the outstanding balance, at any given time, on amounts borrowed with a maturity date of one year or less.
Company borrowings repayable within one year that appear in the current liabilities section of the company's balance sheet. The most common short-term debt items are bank advances or loans, notes payable, debentures and bonds due within one year.
all debt due in the next 12 months and, therefore, considered a current liability. Same as Debt Due. See Total Debt.
All debt obligations coming due within one year: shown on a balance sheet as part of current liabilities.
Company borrowings repayable within one year that appear in the current liabilities section of the corporate balance sheet. The most common short-term debt items are: bank advances or loans; notes payable; and the portion of funded debt due within one year.