Total debt

• Companies may have debt due within one year, as well as long-term debt payable over a longer period of time. The total debt figure includes both kinds of debt. Debt can consist of bonds, debentures, or shorter term bank debt. Bondholders differ from stockholders in that they are lenders. They must receive their interest payments and when their bond comes due, and they will get their principal back.


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