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What are various types of bonds and their characteristics
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Questions - Please help with the following questions provide examples.

1. What are the various types of bonds and their characteristics?

2. Discuss and provide examples of bonds being issued at par, at a discount, and at a premium.

3. Explain the two methods to amortize the bond premium and discount.

4. Give example journal entries for the two different amortization methods.




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