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Identify and explain what factors may cause a change in the market/fair value of fixed rate notes and bonds?
Weegy: The most common reason is a change in the supply and especially the demand for that kind of issue. Other reasons are a change in the rating of they bond which reflects the credit worthiness of the issuer and currency fluctuations which change all [ the time. A change in the general economic conditions or in the perception of them can also influence the value. ] (More)
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Explain the accounting treatments for notes and bonds when issued?
Weegy: There are all sorts of accounting treatments for when notes and bonds are issued. This website details some of them: Check it out! (More)
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Explain the accounting treatments for notes and bonds when issued?
Weegy: Prepaid expenses taken to the debit side because they money is debited to the bonds and notes account while the users account is credited because money from their account catered for the bonds but with an assurity of roi. (More)
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Explain the accounting treatments for notes and bonds when issued?
Weegy: Prepaid expenses taken to the debit side because the money is debited to the bonds and notes account while the users account is credited because money from their account catered for the bonds but with an assurance of return of investment. (More)
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corporation paid $104,000 to retire bonds with a face value of $100,000 and an unamortized premium balance of $3,000. The entry to record the early retirement of the bonds will include the recognition of a loss of
Weegy: the answer is $1,000 User: A bond sinking fund investment is started on January 5, 2010, by transferring $10,000 in cash to the fund. This $10,000 is invested and earns $1,100 during 2010. The entry to record the earnings made on the sinking fund investment includes Weegy: The entry to record the earnings made on the sinking fund investment includes a debit to Cash for $1,100 and a credit to Income from Sinking Fund Investment for $1,100. (More)
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