Why is it important to differential between operating liabilities and financial liabilities?
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First, operating liabilities are obligations payable within a short period time resulting from the primary business operations of an entity. These liabilities are also non-interest bearing and includes accounts payable, accrued expenses such as accrued wages, and income taxes payable.
Second, financial liabilities, on the other hand, ...
The solution differentiates between operating and financial liabilities.