(23) Accounts Payable – Trade and Other Current Liabilities

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At 31 December 2014 and 2013, accounts payable – trade amounting to TEUR 278 and TEUR 779, respectively, have a maturity of more than twelve months. These accounts payable relate mainly to financial retentions.

Other current liabilities consist of the following items:

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in TEUR, at 31 December

2014

2013

Fiscal authorities

63,413

61,544

Social security

9,571

9,475

Employees

17,985

18,877

Long-term incentive program

508

709

Employees – transferred to government

3,833

7,933

Prepayments from customers

7,897

7,784

Government

144

213

Other non-financial liabilities

4,158

4,394

Other current non-financial liabilities

107,509

110,928

Other current financial liabilities

25,194

26,170

Other current liabilities

132,703

137,098

Liabilities due to tax authorities mainly include value-added taxes and payroll taxes.

Liabilities regarding social security relate to statutory contributions to the social security system.

Liabilities due to employees mainly relate to salaries payable (including overtime and travel allowances) and one-time termination benefits.

The liabilities regarding employees – transferred to government include compensation for reductions in salaries, lump sum payments for any shortfall in pension payments as well as one-time additional payments payable to the civil servants of Telekom Austria Group (see Note (22)).

For information on the long-term incentive program, see Note (31).

In 2014 and 2013, other current financial liabilities include substantially cash deposits received and liabilities arising from customer deposits.

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