We have a judgment against the borrower in the amount of $23,402. Dan Marchese and Elyse Marchese are the two guarantors, and are in process of a divorce. The judgment (plus post judgment interest) is expected to be satisfied from the closing of house by the end of October, 2015.
The company has an agreement with a bank that allows the company to borrow the exact amount needed at the beginning of each month. The interest rate on these loans is 1% per month and for simplicity we will assume that interest is not compounded. At the end of the quarter, the company will pay the bank all of the accrued interest on the loan and as much of the loan as possible while still retaining at least $50,000 in cash.
Case 4: As of January 1, the Lohse Company owes the First Arbor Bank $350,000 which is due on December 31. Since Lohse seems unable to repay the note, the bank agreed that Lohse can “settle” this balance by agreeing to make four, annual installments on each of the next four years, provided that it adds a “due on
Keycorp loaned Planned Pethood, a veterinary facility, $389,000 at an altered financing cost for a term of 10 years. The loan was secured by real property possessed by Planned Pethood. Prepayment of the loan was allowed with the payment of a prepayment premium, in a sum indicated in the promissory note. Arranged Pethood chose to prepay the loan eight years and eight months early and paid Keybank a prepayment premium of around $40,000. The prepayment premium was figured in light of an equation utilizing the remarkable chief parity and the term staying on the loan. Arranged Pethood recorded suit, affirming that the prepayment premium added up to an unenforceable liquidated harms statement and that the measure of the prepayment premium was
Cas 1) The substance-over-form concept is explained by accountingtools.com as a concept in which “the information shown in the financial statements and accompanying disclosures of a business should reflect the underlying realities of accounting transactions, rather than the legal form in which they appear.” They go on to explain that the main point of the concept is that “a transaction should not be recorded in such a manner as to hide the true intent of the transaction.” The concept requires or assumes that someone is attempting to deliberately hide a transaction as one that meets GAAP standards although in reality the transaction would affect the financial statements differently than reported. This form of deceit was used over and
Runaway Discount ( the Company) in an effort to increase its sales implemented a customer referral marketing scheme “Refer-a-Friend Program” to increase its customer base. Under this program a $25 credit will be provided to existing customer who refer their friend to the company and referred friend purchases merchandize from the company. The existing customer can apply this credit of $25 to their future purchase from the company.
Mr. Paul Mackay, a sole proprietor, has approached the Commercial Bank of Ontario in order to obtain an additional $194,000 bank loan and a $26,000 line of credit. Paul owns and operates a general merchandising retailer in Riverdale, Ontario named Lawsons’. The bank loan is needed for Mr. Mackay to reduce his trade debt that has a sheer 13.5 per cent interest penalty. The line of credit is needed for sales seasonal downfalls so that Mr. Mackay could properly manage those tough months. Jackie Patrick, a first time loans officer, has been appointed to Mr. Mackay’s request. Although anxious to finish her first loan, Ms. Patrick knows that this particular case is a difficult one.
Merrill Lynch posses the share of the relocation services market. In arrangement with their vision of growth and diversification, CMI sees an importance in entering the relocation services market. Entry could round out their whole service offering and allow them to better compete with Merrill Lynch. Thus the CMI idea to create a “residential real estate financial services company” (Lewicki 576) was born.
Druthers Forming Limited was incorporated in 1987 by Mr. Garrett, Norm Sheppard and one other investor with the primary objective to served the need of Sheppard homes. But in the late of 1980’s, Jack Sheppard observed the demand of foundation far outstripped supply in the region and long waits for foundation construction had become standard. ori Norm Sheppard have requested on July 30, 2007 an amount of $350,000 loan from Mr. Brad Mac Dougall, account manager at the Canadian Commercial Bank (CCB). To know whether or not this amount needs to be passed depends on several factors thus for this purpose there are several questions that are needed to be answered before this decision
29 Sold services for $5,890 in cash and $675 on credit during the fourth week of