Previously debt can be talked of when group of societies economic position suffer efficiency. It was the only time measure of the organization or individual economic position. At the dawn of the modern economic life, it has been observed that one can be debtor and get stands to meet his current liabilities provided it is well manager.
This research work delves into the business meaning of debt, analyzing its management in business organization. The fruit of its efficient management in an organization. The research did not relent in their effort to point out where and why the impact of debt is felt mostly in business life. It has found that the debt exist through the life of the time of a business organization from the initial capital outlay, in the time of further expansion in daily transaction of either with the supplier or the cessation or liquidation.
A close look at the Nigerian Bottling company plc Enugu, Coca-cola the research has employed both primary and secondary sources of data. Primary surces involves oral interview, the use of practical or personal observation from sources documents.
While secondary sources on the other hand are the data sources from published textbooks, journals, national dailies. Observation also reveals that one can be a debtor as well as a creditor.
A good financial manager can source fund by debt invest it and to make a profit before the maturity of debt. To do this, some speculative factor can be considered and handled so that balance or breakeven of the risk and return can be sought for and a fairly equilibrium is met.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
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1.1Background of the study
1.2Statement of the problems.
1.3Purpose of the study.
1.4Scope of the study.
1.7Significance of the study
1.8Limitation of the study
1.9Definition of terms
2.0Review of related literature.
2.1 Meaning of debt management
2.2Classification of debt-management
2.3Analyzing debt management in relation to organization working capital.
2.4Cost of capital in relation to debt management technique.
2.5Different school of thought in debt management
2.6Different types debt – management
2.7Debt – management in financing organization capital structure
2.8Cost of debt capital in business organization
3.0 Research design and methodology
3.2Area of the study
3.3Population of the study
3.4Samples and sampling procedure / technique
3.5Instrument for data collection
3.6Validation of the instrument
3.7Reliability of the instrument
3.8Method of data collection
3.9Method of data analysis
4.1Presentation and analysis of data
4.2Testing of hypothesis
4.3Summary of result
5.0 Discussion, recommendation and conclusion
5.1Discussion of result / finding:
5.3Implications at the research funds
5.4Suggestions for further research