Companies borrow funds frequently to help finance their operations. Companies finance by issuing a note. When a lender lends money to a business, this borrowing comes at a cost. This borrowing cost is called interest. The extra amount of money you have to pay back in addition to the original amount borrowed. Calculating the amount of interest on a note follows a simple formula represented by 3 different components. Companies are adamant on calculating the correct interest so they know exactly how much they must repay once the note reaches maturity.
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