The Big Six corporations make up the top six in terms of total debt.
But you might not realize that the list includes the very same companies that make up a majority of the U.S. government.
As such, these companies make up roughly 20 percent of the debt in the United States.
Here’s a quick guide to how you can use these companies to get out of debt.
Big Six Companies: The Top Six Companies That Make Up the Top Six In America As of December 31, 2020, there are six major companies that own or operate approximately a quarter of the country’s debt.
Of those six, only two of them are publicly traded.
In order to calculate the debt of the top companies on the list, I looked at their financial statements and financial reports for the last five years, and the total debt of their respective companies.
The first company to fall on the wrong side of the ledger was The Gap Company.
The Gap was founded in 1949 by the Gap family.
Its financial statements show that the Gap owes approximately $8.6 billion.
This is an estimated $10,000 in debt per employee.
The company also has a negative net worth of $3.9 billion.
The second company on the top list, American Airlines, is the largest U. S. airline.
It has a $14.7 billion debt load.
It owes approximately 10,000 employees a total of $28 billion.
Its assets are valued at $1.4 trillion.
The third company is General Electric.
The GE company has a debt load of $14 billion.
It also has an estimated net worth estimated at $7.6 trillion.
Its shares are valued between $5.7 trillion and $10 trillion.
Finally, the fourth company is the Coca-Cola Company.
Its debt load is estimated at over $50 billion.
In all, there’s a total debt burden of approximately $54 trillion for the top five major companies.
However, these six companies are not the only ones that are in debt.
There are some smaller, smaller companies that also owe money.
For example, the Coca Cola Company owes $1 billion to a debt collection agency.
The Coca-Pepsi Company owes around $4 billion.
And the Coca Co. owes $2.2 billion.
But the biggest debt-ridden companies have been those that have their own boards of directors.
The following are the six largest companies that have one.
They are the five largest corporations that own all or a substantial portion of the government’s debt in terms the debt held by the government itself.
The Big Five: Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin is one of the biggest defense contractors in the world.
Its business is focused on unmanned aerial vehicles and advanced air defense systems.
The corporation owns two major airframes, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the A-10 Thunderbolt II.
The F-X aircraft has a combat rating of “B” with the highest level of technical merit.
Lockheed Martin has a total cash balance of $4.737 trillion.
It is estimated to owe $10.9 trillion to creditors.
Its total debt is approximately $10 billion.
American Airlines American Airlines has a very low debt load due to its small size.
The airline has an operating debt of $857 million, which is a low amount.
However that debt has grown significantly since the start of the crisis, and it is projected to grow further during the foreseeable future.
The airlines total debt stands at $9.726 trillion.
American Airline American Airlines owes a total amount of $2 billion to creditors in the form of interest and fees.
Its outstanding balance is $539.6 million.
American has an outstanding balance of more than $4 trillion and owes more than a trillion dollars in debt to creditors across the world in a total sum of more $15 trillion.
Boeing Boeing has a net worth that exceeds $2 trillion.
However its net worth is primarily based on its commercial aircraft, which are based on Boeing’s current aircraft designs and production schedules.
The commercial aircraft company owes approximately about $1 trillion in debt and is projected at $2 to $3 trillion in total debt over the next few years.
General Electric General Electric has a huge net worth, and its operating debt is estimated by some to be nearly $6 trillion, a large amount for a company that is the biggest corporation in the country.
It owns a total value of more to $5 trillion.
In terms of assets, General Electric is the third largest U of S corporation, behind only the Boeing Corporation and ExxonMobil.
Its $2,965,532,824 in assets stands at over five times the size of Boeing’s assets.
It’s estimated that General Electric owes at least $7 trillion to its creditors.
It currently owes about $2 million to creditors around the world, with more than three times as much to be owed.
Total debt for the GE Group stands