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Amounts owed by the business that are payable or repayable over the longer term i.e. later than one year from the balance sheet date.
If these include any secured debts (e.g. instalments payable on secured loans after one year from the balance sheet date), they must be disclosed in the creditors note to the accounts. It is acceptable to show the total of short term and long term secured debts as a single total in the creditors note.
If these include any loans or debts payable by the business in instalments or otherwise later than 5 years from the balance sheet, they must be disclosed separately, a) instalment debts after 5 years and b) non-instalment debts after 5 years in the creditors note to the accounts.
No, loans would be shown not wages
You include amounts that are owed but not wages NO AMOUNT OF PAYE
Yes up to one year of the balance date state any longer obligations separately
NO it is only a debt you know is there