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Effective interest rate versus straight line method
In order to account for financing costs & a placement premia/discounts of debt instruments, the effective interest method seems more elegant than the straight-line method (interest rate stays as % of net book value stays constant throughout the security’s life). Are there also practical (e.g. for bookkeepers and accountants) benefits and a potential increased insightful of a company’s accounts?
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