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brittanygossett
 one year ago
Which condition is essential for a company to be solvent?
Its fixed assets are greater than its longterm liabilities.
Its goodwill is greater than its current assets.
Its current assets are greater than its current liabilities.
Its equity is greater than its longterm loans.
Its cash balance is greater than its retained profits.
brittanygossett
 one year ago
Which condition is essential for a company to be solvent? Its fixed assets are greater than its longterm liabilities. Its goodwill is greater than its current assets. Its current assets are greater than its current liabilities. Its equity is greater than its longterm loans. Its cash balance is greater than its retained profits.

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