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Accounts payable

Accounts payable is an accounting category used to describe money owed by a business. Accounts payable is listed in the liability section of a balance sheet. Its accuracy is critical to calculating shareholder’s equity. Examples of accounts payable are logistics expenses, licensing fees, lease payments, and material procurement.

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