EBK CONTEMPORARY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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ISBN: 9781337514835

Author: MOYER

Publisher: CENGAGE LEARNING - CONSIGNMENT

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I constructed an amortization schedule for $1000, 10%, annual rate loan with three equal installments and came up with the payment amount of $402.11. The second part of the question is now asking the below:

During year 2, what is the annual interest expense for the borrower and what is the annual interest income for the lender?

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