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This paper aims to assess importance of widely used bankruptcy discriminants in dynamic, time dependent environment as opposed to more traditional, static methods used in bankruptcy models. Such setting gives way to new, process oriented, point of view on companies nearing their bankrupt. Subsequently, new simple discriminants with stronger relationship to bankruptcy are proposed while strictly using only widely available information from accounting statements. Behaviour of both proposed anddoi:10.31410/itema.s.p.2019.53 fatcat:nfbxffpwhzdjlcglucpuo5l7qm