Insolvency

In finance, the term “insolvency” refers to a condition in which an entity is unable to meet its debt obligations.

Insolvency occurs when the financial inflows to a person, company or other entity are consistently lower than their financial outflows, making repayment of debt impossible over the long term. Insolvency typically leads to bankruptcy.

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