What is Long-Term Debt (LTD)?

Long-Term Debt (LTD) are loans or other financial obligations that are being paid down over the span over more than one year. You will find long-term debt in the long term section of the Liabilities on a Balance Sheet.

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How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

The “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” workshop at FounderMade’s D2C Finance & Funding Summit in June 2021 was very informative and inspiring; so much…
How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

How Private Equity and Debt Financing Can Be the Perfect Mix

There are many options available to business owners to fund their businesses. What may not be widely known is that two popular forms of financing…
A Recap of the “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” Workshop

A Recap of the “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” Workshop

Jennifer Palmer, CEO of Gerber Finance, joined a panel with Mike Fake, CFO of Stasher, and Jill Voss, Founder of Baby Gourmet during the “Debt…

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