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Understanding Long Term Liabilities
A company that is dealing with complex financial issues will usually need to understand that their liabilities will need to be balanced against how the assets and income of the company is going to grow and perform over the next year. For many companies, this means having a complex set of data on the QuickBooks server that not only tracks the general, monthly liabilities that the company must contend with, but also the sort of liabilities where such short term tracking doesn't necessarily make sense. For example, some such liabilities are tracked on a yearly basis instead for more accurate numbers.