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What is Liabilities & Equity
Liabilities is a term which refers in a broader sense, all capital of the enterprise (own and foreign sources), in the narrower sense (e.g. in Anglo-Saxon countries) is a term used only for liabilities from which its assets are funded.

Liabilities is a term which refers in a broader sense, to all the capital of the enterprise (own and foreign sources), in the narrower sense (e.g. in Anglo-Saxon countries) is a term used only for liabilities from which its assets are funded.

According to the owner of capital, which was inserted into the enterprise, we divide the liabilities:

This classification applies to both capital resources in establishing a business, and when increasing assets, and to finance its current needs.

The total size of the corporate capital depends primarily on:

  • Size of the enterprise - the larger the enterprise, the more capital it requires
  • Degree of technical maturity of the enterprise - the higher technical maturity, the higher the capital
  • Rate of capital turnover - the faster turnover, the lower capital
  • Sales organization (an enterprise with its own sales network requires more capital than an enterprise trading through a third party)

Use of the liabilities in practice: Liabilities are the right side of the balance equation. This balance of the enterprise is called the balance sheet.

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Last update: 08.04.2016

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