Long-Term Debt: Scheduled (v2660.00) and Notes Payable (v2520.00)

These debt accounts can be specified as revolving or term debt instruments. They can be repaid early in case of a cash surplus. If you repay a term debt facility with cash surpluses, the model reduces the debt instrument by its forecasted principal payments. If a debt account is a revolver, it can be used as a funding source with a specified maximum or “cap,” and a minimum balance to be maintained. These accounts can have subaccounts, which appear in Funding Options.