Cost of debt, Financial Management

Cost of Debt (k ) : This describes the rate of interest payable on debt.  The cost of debt funds may be calculated when the debt is redeemable or irredeemable. therefore, when debt is redeemable the formulae for calculating cost of debt is as follows :

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