Fundamental Financial Accounting Concepts
Quiz 10: Accounting for Long-Term Debt
Companies That Issue Bonds Are Required to Pay the Face
Companies that issue bonds are required to pay the face value of the bonds at maturity and to make fluctuating periodic interest payments based on the market interest rate.
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Serial bonds are issued based on the overall strength of the borrower's credit.
Bonds sold as separate components of a single issue may have different maturity dates.
If a company chooses to call some of its callable bonds before their maturity,generally it will have to pay an amount that is greater than the carrying value of the bonds.
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