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Note Receivable

A debt that a borrower had not yet repaid. Notes receivable are listed as assets on the lender's balance sheet.
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note receivable

A debt due from borrowers and evidenced by a written promise of payment. Note receivable, an entry on the asset side of many corporate balance sheets, indicates the dollar amount of loans due to be repaid by borrowers.
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The "Reserve for bad debts" became the "Reserve for doubtful notes and accounts," while "Goods in process" became "Work in process." Additionally, notes receivable now followed accounts receivable in the order of liquidity [McLaren, 1947, p.
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Input data Elements Notes receivable equity Maximum 5253206 5253206 Minimum 3885 3885 Average 1261087 1261087 STDEV 1399529 1399529 2.2.
TNW = stated net worth (NW)--(accounts and notes receivable from the borrower's owners, officers or directors + goodwill + any other intangible assets, such as capitalized expenses) + subordinated debt
Then, BFA sold property to these companies and received notes receivable that were recorded at the property's book value, not its diminished current value.
Enron increased notes receivable and shareholders' equity to reflect this transaction, which appears to violate generally accepted accounting principles.
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remaining property used in a trade or business or held for investment (other than inventory, accounts receivable and notes receivable and real property described in Sec.
In the research were used 11 inputs that involve Cash 'Short-Term Investments 'Notes Receivable, Inventory' Spare Parts, Inventory Stock and Other Inventory, Advance Payment, Long-Term Assets, Notes Payable, Prepaid, Long-Term Liability that applied for prediction profit equity.
In the case of Harley, however, and many other companies with finance subsidiaries, the resulting notes receivable are classified as an investing use of cash.
It takes into account all forms of financial interest an investor has with respect to an investee, including common stock, preferred stock, partnership interests, debt securities, loans, advances, notes receivable and other obligations.