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Requirements ? Answer in detail how answers were derived and with Excel to reflect accounting details. 1. Duncan Brooks needs to borrow $500.000 to open new stores. Brooks can borrow $500,000 by issuing 5%, 10 year bonds at a price of 96. How much will Brooks actually receive in cash under this arrangement? How much must Brooks pay back at maturity? How will Brooks account for the difference between the cash received on the issue date and the amount paid back? 2. Brooks prefers to borrow for longer periods when interest rates low and for shorter periods when interest rates are high. Why is this a good business strategy?,How will Brooks account for the difference between the cash received on the issue date and the amount paid back?,How will Brooks account for the difference between the cash received on the issue date and the amount paid back?,I really need the clarification in the next hour and a half,please!,Please send the clairification. I asked for the clarification at 3:45 over 4 hours ago.,You gave me the same answer as before. I asked to clarifiy How will Brooks account for the difference between the cash received on the issue date and the amount paid back?"

 

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