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Chapter 17. Recording Liabilities > Accounting for Liabilities

Accounting for Liabilities

When you incur a debt, the debt amount is recorded as a liability and appears as such on your company financial statements. The value you receive in exchange for the liability can increase your assets or your expenses.

For example, if you borrow $10,000 and receive cash, the following accounts could be affected:


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