long-term finance

Definition

Funding obtained for a time frame exceeding one year in duration. When a business borrows from a bank using long-term finance methods, it expects to pay back the loan over more than a one year period. For example, this might include making payments on a 20 year mortgage. Another long-term finance example would be issuing stock.

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