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GOING CONCERN Definition
GOING CONCERN refers to the liquidity of a concern. If the concern is illiquid, the viability of that concern being able to continue to operate is in doubt.
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EXPLICITLY is something fully and clearly expressed, i.e. leaving nothing implied.
SCHEDULE is an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur, e.g., cash receipts schedule and amortization schedule.