cost of debt(loan note)

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    hassanCh
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    i need help for the bpp kit questions.in question no. 38 D Co and 39 DEA Co,there is confusion for the ’’cost of loan notes’’ calculation.there is different methods for both of them even data is same.why is so?


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    Hi,

    i only have D Co in my book as i use last year’s kit. What’s the method for DEA Co’s cost of debt?


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    Hello – Sorry, I am not answering your question. I just joined but have problem in downloading ACCA F9 course notes. Can I ask whether you can tell me how please? Onesnow


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    @onesnow said:
    Hello – Sorry, I am not answering your question. I just joined but have problem in downloading ACCA F9 course notes. Can I ask whether you can tell me how please? Onesnow

    Hi, as you are a new member you may not know that it’s better to start a new post for your question rather than replying someone else question. You can find where to download the notes by going to the F9 forum’s home page at http://opentuition.com/groups/f9-financial-management/forum/

    The post is called [F9 Course notes June 2010 exams] 3rd one down the list.


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    ok..thanks julia…i just got it….it is the defference between redeemable and irredeemable loan notes…thanks again


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    @jafarulhassan said:
    ok..thanks julia…i just got it….it is the defference between redeemable and irredeemable loan notes…thanks again

    thx for reply. you are welcome.

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