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Briefly describe the two methods available to determine interest income and account for premiums and discounts on investments in bonds held to maturity,

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Explain the two methods that are available to determine the interest income and account for premiums and discounts on investments in bonds held to maturity.

Explanation

The two methods used to determine the interest income and account for premiums and discounts on investments in bond held to maturity are as follows:

  • Straight line method
  • Effective interest method

Straight-line method:

The method of bond amortization by distributing the bond d...

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