Securities and Investments

Debt instrument (explicit interest)

1/1/X1, XYZ purchased a non-negotiable, one-year, 500,000 nominal value note paying a fixed, semi-annual coupon of 19,615 from ABC, an unrelated party, for 500,000.

Implying an annual interest rate of 7.99%.

Determined using Excel's =RATE function adjusted for semi-annual periodicity:
7.99% = ((1+RATE(1,19615,-500000,500000,0,1))^2) - 1

Dr/Cr

1/1/X1 | 1.1.X1

Note

500,000

 

 

Cash in bank

 

500,000


3/31/X1, 6/30/X1, 9/30/X1, 12/31/X1 | 31.3.X1, 30.6.X1, 30.9.X1, 31.12.X1

Accrued interest

9,808

 

 

Interest income

 

9,808


7/1/X1 | 1.7.X1

Cash in bank

19,615

 

 

Accrued interest

 

19,615


1/1/X1 | 1.1.X1

Cash in bank

519,615

 

 

Note

 

500,000

 

Accrued interest

 

19,615


Debt instrument (implicit interest)

1/1/X1, XYZ purchased a non-negotiable, one-year, 500,000 nominal value, zero coupon note from ABC, an unrelated party, for 462,963. The note was redeemed 12/31/X1. XYZ elected to not apply the effective interest method for interim reporting purposes.

Implying an annual interest rate of 7.99%.

Determined using Excel's =RATE function: 7.99%=RATE(1,0,-462963,500000,0,1).

Dr/Cr

1/1/X1 | 1.1.X1

Note

462,963

 

 

Cash in bank

 

462,963


3/31/X1, 6/30/X1 and 9/30/X 31.3.X1, 30.6.X1 a 30.9.X1

Note

9,259

 

 

Interest income

 

9,259


12/31/X1 | 31.12.X1

Cash in bank

500,000

 

 

Interest income

 

9,259

 

Note

 

490,741


Same facts except XYZ elected to use a discount account.

1/1/X1 1.1.X1

Note

500,000

 

 

Discount

 

37,037

 

Cash in bank

 

462,963


3/31/X1, 6/30/X1 and 9/30/X 31.3.X1, 30.6.X1 a 30.9.X1

 

9,348

 

 

Interest income

 

9,348


12/31/X1 | 31.12.X1

Discount

9,348

 

 

Interest income

 

9,348

Cash in bank

500,000

 

 

Note

 

500,000


Debt instrument (amortized cost accounting)

1/1/X1, XYZ purchased a non-negotiable, one-year, 500,000 nominal value, zero coupon note for from ABC, an unrelated party, 462,963. The note was redeemed 12/31/X1. XYZ elected to use amortized cost accounting for the interim periods.

Determined using Excel's =RATE function: 7.99%=RATE(1,0,-462963,500000,0,1).

Dr/Cr

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