Solvency definition

sälvənsē, sôlvənsē
A solvent state or quality.
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Solvency is the state of having more assets than liabilities, or of having the power to dissolve something else.

An example of a business with solvency is a business that can pay all its bills.

An example of something with solvency is water.

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The ability to pay debts, specifically interest payments on debt, when they are due. Insolvency is the opposite of solvency.
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The ability to pay one’s debts as they come due or as they mature. Implied is the ownership of property of adequate value to secure those debts, should the need arise. See also insolvency.
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The state of having enough funds or liquid assets to pay all of one's debts; the state of being solvent.
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