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# Class4-table - Change In New Interest Cash Carrying...

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Structure For A Compound Interest Table For Any Borrowing Change In New Interest Cash Carrying Carrying Expense* Payment Amount** Amount*** *Market interest rate times previous carrying amount **Interest expense – Cash payment ***Old carrying amount plus the change Example: ABC Company purchased equipment and gave the seller a three-year note with annual payments of \$100,000. First payment one year after purchase and the market interest rate is 10%. Cost of equipment purchased = Borrowing = (PVa, n=3, i=10%)(100,000) = \$248,685. Compound Interest Liability Table Change In New Period/ Interest Cash Carrying Carrying Time Expense Payment Amount Amount 0 248,685 1 24,869 100,000 -75,131 173,554 2 17,355 100,000 -82,645 90,909 3 9,091 100,000 -9,909 zero

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Structure For A Compound Interest Table For Any Loan
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Unformatted text preview: Change In New Interest Cash Carrying Carrying Revenue* Collection Amount** Amount*** *Market interest rate times previous carrying amount **Interest revenue – Cash collection ***Old carrying amount plus the change Example: ABC Company sold equipment and the seller gave ABC a three-year note with annual payments of \$100,000. First payment one year after purchase and the market interest rate is 10%. Sales price = Note receivable amount = (PVa, n=3, i=10%)(100,000) = \$248,685. Financial Asset Compound Interest Table Change In New Period/ Interest Cash Carrying Carrying Time Revenue Collection Amount Amount 248,685 1 24,869 100,000-75,131 173,554 2 17,355 100,000-82,645 90,909 3 9,091 100,000-9,909 zero...
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