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  2. Hi all, I was looking through WSO technical guide and in the Bond/Debt section, it mentioned "Bank debt is secured by the assets of the company and therefore normally commands lower interest rates. The trade off is that it will typically amortize and ...

    +2 18 comments13 Jun 2016 -

  3. Does anyone know where I can find a good automatic loan amort table/template that just lets you input information and it creates the complete loan amort schedule for you? I need one that calculates interest only, and then interest + principal whatever yea ...

    +2 25 comments26 Mar 2014 -

  4. Amortizing Acquisition Cost

    Investment Banking

    How do you go about modeling an acquisition cost that is to be amortized? Usually you put everything in goodwill and then debt and equity to get the BS to balance.How would you balance it with only a fraction of the cost being recognized each year? amorti ...

    6 comments16 Oct 2014 -

  5. Amortization Question

    Investment Banking

    Hi all, Would someone be able to explain how amortization flows through the three statements? I understand that it will lower pretax income on the income statement, but I've read that it is considered a non cash expense so it should be added back on ...

    +1 3 comments30 Jan 2019 -

  6. Debt Amort

    Investment Banking

    I'm having a hard time thinking these accounting entries through. Company has a convertible note that gets amortized. What entry am I missing here because the BS doesn't balance with what I have below?? with amort expense..... P&L NI- down C ...

    +1 3 comments15 Nov 2011 -

  7. $1 M Leveraged Dividend

    Investment Banking

    How would a $1M leveraged dividend issued this year affect the three statements, if amortized for next 5 years, straight line? Would there be amortization expense of $200K for the first year? Thanks. amortization No Yes 14292 405975 229513 391906 336566 ...

    2 comments18 Mar 2014 -

  8. Amortization is the reduction of a debt or asset over a specific period of time. When referring to debt, amortization is simply the debt payment schedule. Amortization is found on the Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement and is used for loss of value ...

    23 Apr 2012 -

  9. If you are modelling a company's IS would you assume any amortization of deferred loan issuance costs in your projections if the company has taken this pretty regularly? and also would you just lump sum this into interest expense (since these costs a ...

    1 comment15 Aug 2014 -

  10. Why would a strategic acquiror want asset write-up post transaction? I understand that a financial acquiror is focused on FCF and wants the tax shield, but if I am a strategic and want a higher EPS, would I not want to reduce the write-up? amortization No ...

    6 Mar 2016 -