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Explain how a firm that never files for bankruptcy can still suffer from indirect bankruptcy costs.

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Financial distress is a condition in which the company is unable to repay or meet its obligations to the creditors. Cost of this financial distress is the bankruptcy cost which includes auditors’ fees, legal fees, management fees and others. However, if this bankruptcy is avoided...

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