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Increase the spontaneous liabilities of the firm
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Which of the following alternatives would increase the spontaneous liabilities of the firm.

1) Increasing accounts payable turnover ratio.

2) Switching from weekly wage payments to employees to one month periods.

3) None of the choices.

4) Making more cash purchases from the suppliers.

5) Burrowing from banks to reduce the accounts payable balance.




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