Net Long Term DebtView Financial Glossary Index
Net Long Term Debt is the final debt a company holds after eliminating the company’s immediately available assets. Net Long Term Debt is a measure of how able the company is of repaying all its debts if due today. It tells if a company can afford the debt.
Analysts can have legitimate disagreements about how to calculate Net Long Term Debt, but YCharts calculates it as:
Net Long Term Debt = Total Long Term Debt – Cash On Hand