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- Known liabilities
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- Measurement of long-term liabilities
- Advantages of bond financing
- Debt-related financial ratios
1. Bonds: Types, Characteristics and Issuing Procedures
There are different types of bonds which have different characteristics that require different issuing procedures. Learn about secured and unsecured bonds, term and serial bonds, registered and bearer bonds, and convertible and callable bonds.
2. The Advantages of Bond Financing
Bonds are IOUs an investor purchases from a company for cash with interest. Explore the basics of bond financing, how to use bond financing, and the advantages of bond financing in this lesson.
3. Long/Short Equity: Definition, Strategy & Examples
In this lesson, we will discuss long and short equity investments: what they are, examples of each and the different long-only, short-only, or long/short strategies that can be used.
4. What is a Revenue Anticipation Note?
In this lesson, we will discuss revenue anticipation notes which are bonds issued by government entities where the security of the bond payments (interest and principal) is secured by anticipated future revenue.
5. What is a Bond Anticipation Note?
In this lesson, we will discuss bond anticipation notes which are bonds issued by government entities where the security of the bond payments (interest and principal) is secured by an anticipated bond issuance.
6. What is an Initial Public Offering? - Definition & Process
In this lesson, we will learn what an initial public offering is, why companies do it, who the major players involved in the process are, and how it takes place.
7. Accounts Payable Journal Entry: Process & Examples
An accounts payable journal is a useful tool for ensuring that the proper invoices are paid. Learn to create an accounts payable journal entry with a look at examples and the accounts payable process, including the use of the three-way match.
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