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In determining the cash to debt ratio from the balance sheet, I understand how to find cash - what I'm not as sure about is how to find debt. I understand that one needs to treat the following as debt when calculating this ratio: Notes Payable, Current Long Term Debt, Convertible Debt (whatever that is,) Long Term Debt, and Preferred Stock.

Is there anything else I should include as debt?

Specifically, is Accounts Payable considered debt for this purpose?

Thanks much.

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