Disclosed Relative to Long Term Debt by aky19596

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Long-term Debt, Section 3210


.01   This Section establishes standards for the presentation and disclosure of long-term
      debt. For additional standards, see either FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS —
      DISCLOSURE AND PRESENTATION, Section 3861; or FINANCIAL
      INSTRUMENTS — DISCLOSURES, Section 3862, together with FINANCIAL
      INSTRUMENTS — PRESENTATION, Section 3863.
.02   ♦ For bonds, debentures and similar securities, the title of the issue, the interest
      rate, maturity date, amount outstanding and the existence of sinking fund,
      redemption and conversion provisions should be disclosed. For mortgages and
      other long-term debt, similar particulars should be provided to the extent
      practical.
.03   ♦  The aggregate amount of payments estimated to be required in each of the next
      five years to meet sinking fund or retirement provisions should be disclosed.
.04   ♦ Any portion of long-term debt obligation payable within a year out of current
      funds should be included in current liabilities.
.05   ♦ Any of the entity's own securities purchased and not yet cancelled should be
      shown separately as a deduction from the relative liability.
.06   ♦ Where long-term debt is payable in a currency other than that in which the
      balance sheet is stated, the currency in which the long-term debt is payable
      should be indicated.
.07   ♦ If any of the liabilities are secured, they should be stated separately and the fact
      that they are secured should be indicated (see also FINANCIAL
      INSTRUMENTS — DISCLOSURE AND PRESENTATION, paragraphs
      3861.43A and .45(g), or FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS — DISCLOSURES,
      paragraph 3862.14).
.08   ♦ The details of any defaults of the entity in principal, interest, sinking fund or
      redemption provisions with respect to any outstanding obligation should be
      disclosed. When other defaults have occurred, it may be necessary to refer to
      them, particularly when they have not been subsequently waived (see
      FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS — DISCLOSURES, paragraphs 3862.18-.19,
      when Section 3862 has been adopted).
.09   ♦ The income statement should distinguish interest on indebtedness initially
      incurred for a term of more than one year.

								
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