A majority of South Korean certified public accountants are gloomy about the country’s current business conditions and their outlook for next year due to anemic domestic demand and other negatives, a poll showed Tuesday. According […]
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Ok, i get the way the balance sheet represents the assets(total debits) and liabilities and equity (total credits), but what i don't understand is, why is a negative equity a debit? If you have 10,000 total assets (debits) and 11,000 total liabilities (credits) that you give you a negative equity of -1,000. That would then become money your company or business would then not be able to pay with it's assets making it a debt. Why is that classified as a debit and not a credit? In my mind i'm defining credit as any sort of loss or negative and a debit as any sort of asset or gain. Help xD
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