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I recently read the TMFIG, and I'm beginning
to follow much of the advice the book provides,
particularly the advice regarding the
investigation of small cap companies.

As a result, I've been looking at the balance
sheets, etc. in the annual reports of serveral
companies. Unlike the examples provided in
TMFIG, the balance sheets I've looked at do
not have an entry labelled as "long term debt."
Would this item be labelled as something else,
maybe "other liabilities?" Or have the companies
I've looked at have no long term debt? This
may be a possibility since all the other
indicators for growth look good.

Thanks in advance,

-jon
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