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    3 main advantages to bond financing

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    1. Bonds do not affect shareholder control. 2. Interest on bonds is tax deductible 3. Bonds can increase the return on equity (financing leverage)

    • Comm 203 Midterm 2
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    • Vocabulary for Comm 203 Midterm 2. Find, create, and access Net Present Value, flashcards with Course Hero.
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    Reasons for holding cash: Speculative Motive

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    Bargain purchases. i.e. garage sales

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    • Vocabulary for Comm 203 post-midterm 2. Find, create, and access Capital Asset Pricing Model, Debt, Interest, Credit Policy flashcards with Course Hero.

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    Apr 04, 2017
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    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I absolutely love the math and money aspect of business. Corporate Finance combines both to create this interesting class that will help you in some parts of your life. You learn about loans, and interest rates, and credit cards, and stocks, and that's really all stuff you can take from this class and use day-to-day.

    Course highlights:

    Brian Lane is a great professor. He knows that sometimes the material gets dry but he does it best to keep it interesting and tries to use current examples. That was definitely a highlight because it helped me to better understand everything.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    I learned that I should always do my homework. If you really apply yourself then you shouldn't have too much difficulty. Brian Lane always makes himself available the best he can, so you definitely should go and take advantage of that.

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