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Long-term debts maturing currently should be included as current liabilities if they are to be a.

Long-term debts maturing currently should be included as current liabilities if they are to be
a. retired by assets accumulated for this purpose that properly have been shown as current
assets.
b. refinanced, or retired from the proceeds of a new debt issue.
c. converted into capital stock.
d. all of the above (a, b, and c) are correct.
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Long-term debts maturing currently should be included as current liabilities if they are to be
a. retired by assets accumulated for this purpose that properly have been shown as current
assets.
b....

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