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(type=long) Explains current liabilities in the context of the balance sheet.

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FASB to tighten definition of 'current' liabilities. By Lingling Wei, 2/4/2004. NORWALK, Conn.

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Cash asset ratio. Cash and marketable securities divided by current liabilities. See: Liquidity ratios. Cash basis...

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