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11.An installment note is an obligation of the issuing company that requires a series of periodic payments to the lender. 
 
 

12.Payments on an installment note normally include the accrued interest expense plus a portion of the amount borrowed. 
 
 

13.Bonds and long-term notes are similar in that they are typically transacted with multiple lenders. 
 
 

14.The carrying value of a long-term note is computed as the present value of all remaining future payments, discounted using the market rate at the time of issuance. 
 
 

15.Mortgage contracts grant the lender the right to be paid from the cash proceeds of the sale of a borrower's assets identified in the mortgage if the borrower fails to make the required payments. 
 
 

16.Mortgage bonds are backed only by the good faith and credit of the issuing company. 
 
 

17.A basic present value concept is that cash paid or received in the future has less value now than the same amount of cash today. 
 
 

18.A basic present value concept is that cash paid or received in the future has more value now than the same amount of cash received today. 
 
 

19.Compounded means that interest during a second period is based on the total amount borrowed plus the interest accrued in the first period. 
 
 

20.A company invests $10,000 at 7% compounded annually. At the end of the second year, the company should have $11,400 in the fund. 
 
 

 

 

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