Should I Study Accounting?

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You know you're an accountant if . . .

When you hear "yield to maturity" you think:

Answer:
a)  age before beauty
b)  respect your elders
c)  the total interest paid on a bond from its issue date to its maturity date
d)  the current interest rate on a bond as set by the market
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Question: You know you're an accountant if . . .When you hear "yield to maturity" you think:
Answer:
age before beauty
respect your elders
the total interest paid on a bond from its issue date to its maturity date
the current interest rate on a bond as set by the market