Please Help!!! --- How to calculate the Total Debt?

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    mashangyouoffer

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    I am new to accounting, and I am really confused about what total debt includes. I've seen the liabilities section below, but I do not know how to categorize each account.

    Current Liabilities:
    * Deferred Revenue
    * Accounts Payable
    * Income Tax Payable
    * Gift Card Payable
    * Accrued Compensation & Benefits
    * Accrued Expenses
    * Current portion of long-term debt and capital lease obligation
    * Current portion of deferred lease credits

    Long-term Liabilities:
    * Other liabilities
    * Deferred Income Tax
    * Long-term debt and capital lease obligations, net of current portion
    * Deferred lease credits, net of current

    I hope to know which accounts should belong to total debt. How should I fill out the form below?
    • Current Portion of Total Indebtedness:
    • Non-Current Portion of Total Indebtedness:
    Thank you very much!!!!!!
     
    mashangyouoffer, Dec 14, 2017
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