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AMORTIZATIONRepayment of loan principal and interest. A loan can be amortized in several ways, including: (a) in equal installments of principal and interest, often called “mortgage amortization,” where the i [..]

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AMORTIZATIONn. a periodic payment plan to pay a debt in which the interest an...

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AMORTIZATIONThe deduction of an expense in installments over a period of time, rather than all at once.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan by installments.

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AMORTIZATIONA repayment plan by which a loan is reduced through regular (usually monthly) payments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATION The depreciation, depletion, or chargeoff to expense of intangible and tangible assets over a period of time. In the extractive industries, the term is most frequently applied to mean either (1) [..]

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AMORTIZATIONSince all capital assets, except land, eventually wear out or lose their usefulness, the cost of these assets are charged as an accounting expense over their useful lives.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of cost allocation that assigns the original cost of an intangible asset to the periods benefited; calculated in the same way as depreciation.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of allocating the cost of intangible longterm assets having a finite useful life to accounting periods; the allocation of the amount of a bond premium or discount to the periods remaining [..]

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AMORTIZATION1670s, in reference to lands given to religious orders, from Medieval Latin amortizationem (nominative amortizatio), noun of action from past participle stem of amortizare (see amortize). Of debts, fr [..]

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AMORTIZATIONRepayment of the principal and/or interest of a debt over a specified period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe period of time required to reduce a debt to zero when payments are made regularly. Amortization periods are most often 15, 20, or 25 years long.

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AMORTIZATIONAccounting for expenses or charges as applicable rather than as paid. Includes such practices as depreciation, depletion, writeoff of intangibles, prepaid expenses and deferred charges.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is the gradual reduction of a debt by regular scheduled payments of interest and principal.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization Schedule An amortization schedule is the designation of periodic payments of principal and interest toward the principal to eventually pay off a debt.

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AMORTIZATIONThe reduction of principal or debt by regular payments. A repayment mortgage on a house is amortized by making regular payments that cover the loan and the interest. A nonamortized mortgage is one where the borrower pays only the interest during the life of the loan and repays the principal at the end. Amortization can also be achieved via a purch [..]

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is the gradual repayment of a debt over a period of time, such as monthly payments on a mortgage loan or credit card balance. To amortize a loan, your payments must be large enough to pay not only the interest that has accrued but also to reduce the principal you owe. The word amortize itself tells the story, since it means "t [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying the principal amount of an issue of securities by periodic payments either directly to bondholders or to a sinking fund for the benefit of bondholders. See: Debt Service; Deb [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying off a debt liability and accrued interest through a series of equal, periodic payments. Car loans and mortgages are two debts commonly paid off through amortization. Your monthly [..]

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AMORTIZATION(1) A periodic payment plan to pay a debt (such as a mortgage or car loan) by a certain date, in which interest and a portion of the principal is included in each payment. Payments are usually calcula [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan through regular periodic payment.

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AMORTIZATIONThe loan payment consists of a portion which will be applied to pay the accruing interest on a loan, with the remainder being applied to the principal. Over time, the interest portion decreases as the [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe paying off of debt in regular installments over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe systematic allocation of the discount, premium, or issue costs of a bond to expense over the life of the bond.The systematic allocation of an intangible asset to expense over a certain period of t [..]

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AMORTIZATIONDefinitions (2) 1. The gradual elimination of a liability, such as a mortgage, in regular payments over a specified period of time. Such payments must be sufficient to cover both principal and interes [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual extinguishment (or accumulated provision or reserve therefor) of an amount in an account by prorating such amount over a predetermined period, such as the life of the asset or liability t [..]

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AMORTIZATION1) The gradual elimination of a liability, such as a mortgage, in regular payments over a specified period of time. Such payments must be sufficient to cover both principal and interest. 2) Writing of [..]

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AMORTIZATIONFor instance, if you have a mortgage on your home, the principal you pay is a predetermined sum that needs to be paid in a certain amount of time. However, interest must be figured in such a way as to [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual payment of a debt through a schedule of payments or the writing off of an intangible asset against expenses over the period of its useful life

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of gradually repaying a loan over an extended period of time through periodic installments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONSimilar to depreciation, amortization is the process of spreading costs over the useful life of an asset. Generally  but not always  amortization is used to refer to the process when the asset is intangible like a trademark, or a patent, while depreciation applies to tangible assets like production machinery or buildings.

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AMORTIZATIONThe liquidation of a financial debt through regular periodic installment payments. For tax purposes, the periodic deduction of capitalized expenses such as organization costs.

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AMORTIZATIONGradual and periodic reduction of any amount, such as the periodic writedown of a BOND premium, the cost of an intangible ASSET or periodic payment Of MORTGAGES or other DEBT.

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AMORTIZATIONA monthly repayment schedule in which a loan is repaid in fixed payments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONthe amortization of the loan is a schedule on how the loan is intended to be repaid. For example, a typical amortization schedule for a 15 year loan will include the amount borrowed, interest rate pai [..]

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AMORTIZATION1) In accounting terms, this refers to the method in which an intangible asset is depreciated over a specified period of time. 2) In terms relevant to signage and urban planning, it conveys the " [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying off a debt together with interest, usually with equal payments at regular intervals over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of reducing debt through regular installment payments of principal and interest that will result in the payoff of a loan at its maturity.

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AMORTIZATIONLiquidation of a debt through installment payments.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of principal from scheduled mortgage payments that exceed the interest due. The scheduled payment

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AMORTIZATIONWhen a previously conforming sign is subsequently deemed to be nonconforming, the owner of the sign is notified and given a grace period during which he may continue to keep and use the sign. At the [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe amount of time (usually set out in months or years) it will take to pay off a jump to

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of fully paying off indebtedness by installments of principal and earned interest over a definite time.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is mechanism for writingoff the cost of an intangible asset over its period of use.

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AMORTIZATIONIn finance: the longterm repayment of a money debt (e.g. bonds, mortgages) based on a fixed repayment schedule. In the case of a full payout lease agreement, the cost of acquisition and other costs, [..]

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AMORTIZATIONthe process of allocating the cost of an intangible asset over a period of time or the process of repaying a loan over time.

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AMORTIZATIONRepayment of a mortgage loan through monthly installments of principal and interest; the monthly payment amount is based on a schedule that will allow you to own your home at the end of a specific tim [..]

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AMORTIZATIONGradual repayment of a debt by periodic installments that cover both principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONAn increase in principal that occurs when the monthly payments do not cover all of the interest cost. The result may be that a borrower owes more than was owed at the beginning of the loan. Learn mor [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying the principal and interest on a loan through regularly scheduled installments.

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AMORTIZATIONLoan repayment made in installments over a period.

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AMORTIZATIONThe liquidation of a debt by regular, usually monthly, installments of principal and interest. An amortization schedule is a table showing the payment amount, interest, principal and unpaid balance for the entire term of the loan.

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AMORTIZATIONPaying off a car loan with a fixed monthly payment schedule over a specific period of time is called amortization. Amortization involves the amount of interest you pay toward the beginning of your aut [..]

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AMORTIZATIONA breakdown of periodic loan payments into two components: a principal portion and an interest portion. In tax parlance, amortization refers to IRC Section 197 that provides for specified intangible a [..]

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AMORTIZATIONA breakdown of periodic loan payments into two components: a principal portion and an interest portion.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is the repayment of debt in regular installments over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONReduction of capital or upfront expenses (capitalized) over time, often with an equal amount per annum.

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AMORTIZATIONThe writeoff over a specified period of time of intangible assets.

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AMORTIZATIONA payment plan which enables the borrower to reduce his debt gradually through monthly payments of principal.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying off a debt over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan by installments with regular payments to cover the principal and interest. Amortization Table

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AMORTIZATIONSimilar to depreciation. The scheduled or systematic reduction of a balance in an account over an appropriate period of time of intangible assets such as patents, leaseholds, agricultural marketing qu [..]

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AMORTIZATIONReduction value of an asset determined by prorating its cost over a certain amount of time.

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AMORTIZATIONAn accounting method that allows a company to writeoff intangible rights or assets over the period of their existence.

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AMORTIZATIONScheduled reduction of longterm debt / liability or depreciation of the same.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment schedule for a loan or other obligation, usually as a constant amount each month that is paid first to the interest calculated on the principal balance, and then reduce the principal balance.

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AMORTIZATIONProcess to gradually extinguish capital expenditures in periodic payments over a predetermined length of time. It refers to the breakdown of periodic loan payments into two components: the portion of [..]

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AMORTIZATIONA payment to pay of part of a debt or a loan. This payment is usually periodical. Given that the monthly payment exceed the interest payment for a period, the debt balance or remindning loan balance, [..]

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AMORTIZATIONis an accounting term that refers to the process of allocating the cost of an intangible asset over a period of time. It also refers to the repayment of loan principal over time.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization may refer to a plan to repay a loan in equal installments over a period of time, whereby each periodic payment includes principal and interest, and the amount of the payment applied to th [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual elimination of a liability, in regular payments over a specified period of time. Such payments must be sufficient to cover both principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual and systematic reduction of debt by equal periodic payments. Such payments generally must be sufficient to recompense current interest due during the repayment period and to repay the entire principal by the time the loan reaches maturity. An amortization schedule is a table that shows the amounts of principal and interest due at regula [..]

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AMORTIZATIONProvision made in advance for the gradual reduction of an amount owed over time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process by which debt is reduced over a set time period. In a loan, it is the portion of the monthly payment that is not interest and is used to pay back the principal.

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AMORTIZATIONthe repayment time period of a loan or debt / the number of years over which you'll repay the loan or debt

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AMORTIZATIONGradual debt reduction. Typically, the reduction is made according to a predetermined schedule for installment payments.

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AMORTIZATION Loan payments by equal periodic amounts calculated to pay off the debt at the end of a fixed period, including accrued interest on the outstanding balance.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of gradually repaying a debt with regularly scheduled payments over a period of time. Most fixed rate mortgage amortize over the term of the loan.

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AMORTIZATION(n) the reduction of the value of an asset by prorating its cost over a period of years(n) payment of an obligation in a series of installments or transfers

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AMORTIZATION(1) The gradual reduction of a debt, through regular repayments of principal instalments and payment of current interest over an agreed period of time, so as to liquidate the debt.

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AMORTIZATIONA payment plan by which a loan is reduced through monthly payments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization spreads out the payments on a loan over time, often requiring installment payments to occur at regular intervals.

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AMORTIZATIONA method of equalizing the monthly mortgage payments over the life of the loan, even though the proportion of principal to interest changes over time. In the early part of the loan, the principal repa [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan through regular periodic payment.

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AMORTIZATIONA way of measuring the consumption of the value of longterm assets like equipment or buildings. This process gradually eliminates a debt, loan, or mortgage over a period of time. It can also be used [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual reduction of a debt by periodic payments large enough to meet current interest payments and repay the principal.

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AMORTIZATIONLiquidation of a debt through installment payments.

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AMORTIZATIONA gradual reduction of a loan debt through periodic installment payments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONReducing a debt by making payments in installments.

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AMORTIZATIONLoan payment calculated to pay off the debt at the end of a fixed period, including interest on the outstanding balance.

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AMORTIZATIONThe reduction of debt by regular payments of principal and interest over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a debt with a fixed schedule in regular installments over a specified period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying the principal and interest on a loan through regularly scheduled installments.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is the time required to repay a loan (or other liability) in gradual installments.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of reducing debt through regular installment payments, resulting in the payoff of a loan at its maturity.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying off a debt.

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AMORTIZATIONPaying an interestbearing liability by gradual reduction through a series of installments, as opposed to one lumpsum payment.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of eliminating a debt through equal, periodic payments.

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AMORTIZATIONThe paying off of debt with a fixed schedule in regular installments over a specified period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of fully paying off indebtedness by installments of principal and earned interest over a definite time.

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AMORTIZATIONA method of spreading a fixed sum, together with accumulating interest, over a period of years.

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AMORTIZATIONPaying an interestbearing liability by gradual reduction through a series of installments, as opposed to one lumpsum payment.

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan by installments.

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual and systematic writing off of a balance in an account over an appropriate period. Amphibolite

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is an accounting term meaning to allocate a cost to several time periods. The term is derived from the Latin word for death and literally ...

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AMORTIZATION

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AMORTIZATIONThe amortization of a debt is its systematic repayment through installments of principal and interest. An amortization schedule is a periodic table illustrating payments, principal, interest, and outstanding balance.

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AMORTIZATIONThe actual number of years it will take to repay a loan in full. The amortization may go beyond the term of the loan.

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AMORTIZATIONn. a periodic payment plan to pay a debt in which the interest and a portion of the principal are included in each payment by an established mathematical formula. Most commonly it is used on a real pr [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual reduction of your loan balance through scheduled periodic payments. For mortgage balances, payments are generally made every month. A portion of the payment goes to the loan principal and [..]

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AMORTIZATIONSchedule of loan payments of principal and interest over a period of time.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization is the repayment of Principal and Interest compo nents of a Loan, over a period of time

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of reducing debt through regular installment payments of principal and interest that will result in the payoff of a loan at its maturity.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of fully paying off indebtedness by installments of principal and earned interest over a definite time.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of paying or reducing a debt by periodic payments sufficient to cover current interest and to extinguish part of the principal.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of converting one enzyme to another.

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AMORTIZATIONA schedule of repayment that includes payments consisting of both principal and interest

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual reduction or liquidation of an amount over a period of time according to a specified schedule (such as, the retirement of a debt by serial payments to the creditor or in a sinking fund) ei [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of reducing debt through regular installment payments of principal and interest that will result in the payoff of a loan at its maturity.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization means loan payment by equal periodic payments calculated to pay off the debt at the end of a fixed period, including accrued interest on the outstanding balance.

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AMORTIZATIONA process that allows for the eventual termination of a nonconforming use, without compensation, by establishing a time period for the owner to recoup its investment.

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AMORTIZATIONThe systematic repayment of a mortgage loan by equal monthly installments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of converting one enzyme to another.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of gradually repaying a loan over an extended period through periodic installments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of gradually repaying a loan over an extended period of time through periodic installments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process of gradually repaying a loan over an extended period of time through periodic installments of principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe process by which a loan amount decreases over a given time period based upon payments applied.

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AMORTIZATIONRepayment of loan by installment payments. As the payments are made, the debt is reduced so that at the end of fixed period or term, no money will be owed.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization refers to loan repayment over a period of time. Periodic payments are made on principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONA schedule of repayment which includes payments consisting of both principal and interest.

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual repayment of a mortgage loan, both principle and interest, by installments.

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual repayment of a mortgage loan, both principle and interest, by installments.

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AMORTIZATIONwhen a company makes an acquisition, the excess paid over the acquired firm's book value is termed goodwill. Until recently, the acquiring company was required to amortize the goodwill over a spe [..]

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AMORTIZATIONAccounting method in which an asset’s cost is spread out.

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AMORTIZATION(i) A reduction in a debt or fund by periodic payments covering interest and part of the principal. (ii) Writing off an intangible asset investment over the projected life of the assets.

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AMORTIZATIONAccounting method in which an asset's cost is spread out.

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AMORTIZATIONAn asset's reduced value as determined through proration.

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AMORTIZATIONSee depreciation

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AMORTIZATIONPaying off an interest bearing liability by gradual reduction through a series of installments comprising both principal and interest components, as opposed to paying it off by a simple lumpsum payment.

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AMORTIZATIONGradually writingoff the value of an intangible asset over a period of time. Commonly applied to items such as goodwill, improvements to leased premises, or expenses of a new stock or bond issue. Ann [..]

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AMORTIZATION
The reduction of loan principal over a series of payments.
The distribution of the cost of an intangible asset, such as an intellectual property right, over the projected useful life of the asset. [..]

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AMORTIZATIONPayment to reduce the principal of a debt in regular, periodic installments.

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AMORTIZATIONMeans loan payment by equal periodic payment, calculated to pay off the debt at the end of a fixed period, including accrued interest on the outstanding balance.

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AMORTIZATIONThe deduction of capital expenses over a specific period of time usually over the asset's life. It is not a cash outflow. It is an accounting statement of the lessening of the potential of servic [..]

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AMORTIZATIONTerm used to describe the time over which the mortgage is to be paid, assuming equal payments. The life of a loan, e.g. a mortgage with a 25year amortization period means that if all regular payments [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual repayment of a home loan by periodic installments.

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AMORTIZATIONLoan payment of equal periodic payments calculated to pay off the debt, as well as the accrued interest on the outstanding balance, at the end of a fixed period.

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AMORTIZATIONThe number of years needed to fully repay a loan. Most mortgages are amortized over 25 years. This means that by making set monthly payments  each a blend of interest costs and repayment of the origi [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe gradual paying off of a debt by periodic installments. Example: a $100,000 loan is arranged at an 8% interest rate. The borrower pays $10,000 in the first year. Of that payment, $8,000 is fo [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe repayment of a loan by installments.

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AMORTIZATIONAmortization (or amortisation; see spelling differences) is paying off an amount owed over time by making planned, incremental payments of principal and interest. To amortize a loan means "to kil [..]

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AMORTIZATIONIn business, amortization refers to spreading payments over multiple periods. The term is used for two separate processes: amortization of loans and amortization of assets. In the latter case it refer [..]

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AMORTIZATIONIn tax law, amortization refers to the cost recovery system for intangible property. Although the theory behind cost recovery deductions of amortization is to deduct from basis in a systematic manner [..]

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AMORTIZATIONThe reduction f an amount at regular intervals over a certain time period. This term is used to refer to the reduction of debt by regular payment of loan installments during the life of a loan. It is [..]

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AMORTIZATION This is a noncash charge, usually the allocation of the cost of intangible assets, such as goodwill, over a period of time to income. Intangible assets are those that lack a physical form. Amortizing goodwill means no cash is actually paid out over the amortization schedule but does mean a charge against income. Application Service Provide [..]

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