Suppose that from January 6, 2020 to December 6, 2020, Delaney's Fine Shoes Company (a non- financial business firm] experienced the following changes in its assets and liabilities of interest. The company invested in $500,000 worth of renovations and purchases of new equipment at both its Montreal and Toronto facilities, bought $50,000 worth of Canada savings bonds and $100,000 worth of another company's stocks, and had to pay off a short-term debt of $25,000 that had become due. Even though it had achieved a saving position of $400,000, and decreased its bank deposits by $50,000, the company contracted a long term debt of a certain amount from its bank. (1) Using the flow-of-funds equation, determine what the company's financial liabilities must have been during the stated period in 2020. I (ii) Using the TWO METHODS discussed in class, set up the company's flow-of-funds statements for the stated period in the year, 20207|| (iii) Determine if the company was a net debtor or net creditor during the stated period and calculate by how much such an amount might have been. Suppose that from January 6, 2020 to December 6, 2020, Delaney's Fine Shoes Company (a non- financial business firm] experienced the following changes in its assets and liabilities of interest. The company invested in $500,000 worth of renovations and purchases of new equipment at both its Montreal and Toronto facilities, bought $50,000 worth of Canada savings bonds and $100,000 worth of another company's stocks, and had to pay off a short-term debt of $25,000 that had become due. Even though it had achieved a saving position of $400,000, and decreased its bank deposits by $50,000, the company contracted a long term debt of a certain amount from its bank. (1) Using the flow-of-funds equation, determine what the company's financial liabilities must have been during the stated period in 2020. I (ii) Using the TWO METHODS discussed in class, set up the company's flow-of-funds statements for the stated period in the year, 20207|| (iii) Determine if the company was a net debtor or net creditor during the stated period and calculate by how much such an amount might have been