Unit 9: Long-Term Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
This unit addresses the two ways a company can raise funds: debt and equity. To finance long-term assets, companies issue long-term debt in the form of bonds. Equity is most often issued when companies begin operations to raise startup capital. If you want to learn more about debt and equity, you may be interested in BUS202: Principles of Finance. Understanding financing better, whether debt or equity, can help you understand your investment options, as well as the choices your company is presented with. Stocks and bonds are fundamental to both personal and corporate finance..
Completing this unit should take you approximately 9 hours.
9.1: Long-Term Liabilities – Bonds
9.2: Stockholders' Equity – Capital Stock
9.3: Stockholders' Equity – Corporations
Unit 9 Practice