Leases, Financial Accounting

Company A(lessee) will rent inventory for you for 3 years rather than buying it for the regular price of $240,000. Normally these units, which cost us $120,000 to produce, will last 5 years and have no residual value at the end of that time. At the end of 3 years though they usually have a residual value of $12,000 but you could only get the customer to guarantee $8,000 of this. The agreement calls for 6 semi-annual payments of $40,000 each on May 1 and November 1 commencing in 20X5. By the way when payments amount were figure, they used 6& interest rate and you are not sure if the information is collected properly at that interest.
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