# Posts in category Interest

### How To Capitalize Borrowing Costs

Accounting literature says that the cost of an asset should include all the costs necessary to get the asset set up and functioning properly for …

### What Is Cost of Credit and How Is It Computed

The computation of the cost of credit—the cost of not taking credit terms extended for a business transaction, is an essential part of doing business. …

### How to Calculate Interest [and How Does It Work?]

Sure, most people know that interest is the cost of borrowing money or the income from saving money. And they know that they should earn …

### Interest Cost and Its Capitalization [With Example]

The recorded amount of an asset includes all of the costs necessary to get the asset set up and functioning properly for its intended use, …

### How To Calculate and Record Loan and Its Interest [Basic]

Interest is the amount charged by an individual or a lending institution for borrowing funds. The terms of any loan should be negotiated and established …

### Deductible Interest Expense on Business Loans

Interest you pay on business loans is usually a currently deductible business expense. It makes no difference whether you pay the interest on a bank …

### Borrowing Costs: Capitalization and Qualifying Assets [IAS 23]

Borrowing costs, as understood generally, refer to interest costs. However, borrowing costs as envisaged by IAS 23 are not just interest costs on short-term borrowings, …

### Interest Rate [Investment Analysis] Formula Using Excel

Excel contains a large number of formulas that can be used to determine the interest rate on a variety of investments. In this post, I’ve …

### Steps To Take To Capitalize Interest

Undertaking real estate projects requires significant capital, and financing cost is a major cost factor. If real estate is acquired that is not ready for …

### Accounting For Real Estate 2: Project Cost

Project costs are defined as “costs clearly associated with the acquisition, development, and construction of a real estate project”. In certain real estate projects, land …

### Calculating, Paying, Collecting and Recording Interest

Most businesses carry some debt and most pay interest on that debt. Some businesses loan money or other assets and receive interest payments. Do you …

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