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When bonds are retired at maturity, ________. the carrying value always equals the face value the carrying value equals the face value plus the unamortized premium or less the unamortized discount the entry to retire the bonds may include a gain or loss on retirement of bonds the bondholders are paid the face value plus the unamortized premium or less the unamortized discount?

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James Washington on October 17, 2018

When bonds are retired at their maturity, the book value is always equal to the nominal value. There has been causes where the bonds can be retired before they mature but that is very rare. When they say that the bond retirement at maturity, a company is removed from its bonds and will pay the bondholders the last interest payments due to them and any face value of the bonds has left before retiring. The book value refers to the value of the original assets, the nominal value.


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