Off-Balance-Sheet Financing

A financing technique in which a firm uses partnerships and other arrangements to effectively borrow money, but avoid reporting the liability on its balance sheet.  For example, for many years neither leased assets nor the liabilities under lease contracts appeared on the lessees' balance sheets.  To correct this problem, the Finanical Accounting Standards Board issued FASB Statement 13.
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