Showing smoothed Long Term Debt of Citigroup with missing and latest data points interpolated. Long term debt is debt that Citigroup holds for over one year. Long term debt appears on Citigroup balance sheet and also includes long-term leases. The most common forms of long term debt are bonds payable, long-term notes payable, mortgage payable, pension liabilities, and lease liabilities. In the corporate world, long-term debt is generally used to fund big-ticket items, such as machinery, buildings, and land. The total of long-term debt reported on Citigroup balance sheet is the sum of the balances of all categories of long-term debt.
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