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Mortgage Amortization Revisited

Mortgage amortization methods and tables are well known to accountants, real estate professionals, and other financial professionals. CPAs learn how to develop and use mortgage amortizations in introductory accounting classes. Traditionally, beginning accounting students calculate period interest expense by multiplying the effective period interest rate by the outstanding loan […]

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