Bonds payable

A form of long-term debt that appears  in the liabilities section of the balance sheet. A company sells bond as a way to borrow large amount of cash. The buyer pays for the bond and receives regular interest payment, annually or semiannually, for the duration of the bond, receives the principal at the maturity date of the bond. This type debt allows more than one lender to hold part of the debt. Bond is used when the amount needed by the borrower is too large for one lender to risk. Each bond which has a maturity value of $1,000, repre- sents a portion of the total debt. The bond agreement regarding payment is called the bond indenture and specifies the terms that determine the repayment

 

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