The sinking fund is a way to pay a debit, maturing future, avoiding the disbursement
of cash at once. It is widely used in negotiations with debentures, where, the issuer, if case, is obliged to create
a sinking fund to pay, at maturity due, the holders.
The sinking fund is also used in several situations, when there is an expectation of future payments. For example: a future business expansion, Indemnities etc.
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