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    Change in assets = change in debt and change in equity. What does it mean? How does it relate to a company's financial planning? (word count > 75)

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    A company's assets can only be financed in two ways - either by borrowing money (or debt) or by owner's capital (equity). Thus the change in assets must always equal the change in debt plus the change in equity. If one ...

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