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In accounting, an ordinary annuity refers to a series of identical cash amounts with each amount occurring at the end of equal time intervals. An example of an ordinary annuity is the series of semiannual interest payments that are part of a… Read More.
Premium on bonds payable (or bond premium) occurs when bonds payable are issued for an amount greater than their face or maturity amount. This is caused by the bonds having a stated interest rate that is higher than the market interest rate… Read More.
Interim financial statements for a corporation are the financial statements covering a period of less than one year. Often interim financial statements are issued for the quarters between the annual financial statements. The purpose is to give investors and other users updated… Read More.
In simple linear regression analysis, the coefficient of correlation (or correlation coefficient) is a statistic which indicates the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable. The coefficient of correlation is represented by r and it has a range of -1.00… Read More.
The stated interest rate of a bond payable is the annual interest rate that is printed on the face of the bond. The stated interest rate multiplied by the bond's face amount (or par amount) results in the annual amount of interest… Read More.
Operating expenses are the costs associated with a company's main operating activities and which are reported on its income statement. For example, a retailer's main operating activities are the buying and selling of merchandise or goods. Therefore, its operating expenses will include:… Read More.
The accrual method of accounting reports revenues on the income statement when they are earned even if the customer will pay 30 days later. At the time that the revenues are earned the company will credit a revenue account and will debit… Read More.
Simple linear regression analysis is a statistical tool for quantifying the relationship between just one independent variable (hence "simple") and one dependent variable based on past experience (observations). For example, simple linear regression analysis can be used to express how a company's… Read More.