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The interest that has accumulated since the last interest payment up to, but not including, the settlement date and that is added to the contract price of a bond transaction. There are two methods for calculating accrued interest: the 30-day-month (360-day-year) method for corporate and municipal bonds, and the actual-calendar-days (365-day-year) method for government bonds. Income bonds, bonds in default and zero-coupon bonds trade without accrued interest (flat). See also Flat.

Interest that is due on a bond or other fixed income security since the last interest payment was made. This often occurs for bonds purchased on the secondary market, since bonds usually pay interest every six months, but the interest is accrued by the bondholders every month. When a bond is sold, the buyer pays the seller the market price plus the accrued interest, for which the buyer will be reimbursed at the end of the six-month period. Accrued interest is calculated on a 30-day month for corporate bonds and municipal bonds, and on actual-calendar-days for Government Bonds. Income bonds, bonds in default and zero-coupon bonds trade without accrued interest.

The amount of interest accumulated on a bond but not yet paid.... more on: Accrued interest

nterest earned but not yet paid.

Interest accrued on a bond or other fixed income security since the last interest payment was made. At the time of a sale, the buyer of a bond pays the market price plus accrued interest to the seller. Exceptions are bonds that are in default (termed to be 'trading flat'). Accrued interest is calculated by multiplying the coupon rate by the number of days that have elapsed since the last payment.

The amount of interest earned to-date on your CD. You do not have access to your accrued interest until maturity.

Interest incurred or earned which has yet to be paid or charged .

When you fail to pay your interests within a given period, the interest increases and adds to the debt amount you owe.

Interest accumulated but not yet paid. When buying a bond, buyer pays seller any interest accrued since the last payment date. When the buyer eventually sells the bond, the new buyer pays any accrued interest.

MP] Interest that is earned but not paid, adding to the amount owed.

The interest accruing on a security since the previous coupon payment date. Coupons are paid to the holder of the security on the payment date so if it is sold between times the buyer must usually compensate the seller for the interest accrued until the value date, either calculated within the price or as a separate payment. A bond can trade with negative accrued interest from the ex dividend date until the next coupon payment (in the case of a new buyer). See Simple Interest

Interest on an account which has been accumulated but not yet paid.

Interest owed but not yet paid.

Interest which has accumulated unpaid since last payment date.

An amount of money, such as interest, that continues to accumulate over the life of the loan.

Accrued interest on a bond is calculated by multiplying (the par value of the bond by the coupon rate by the actual number of days between the last coupon payment and settlement day) divided by 365.

The interest earned on a bond from the date of issuance, or from the date of the last coupon payment made by the paying agent. The buyer of a bond pays the market price plus its accrued interest, which is payable to the seller of the security.

Interest on a bank deposit or other security which has been recognised in the accounts but which has not yet been received or paid.

Interest that accumulates on loans and must be paid back at a later date. Specifically relates to Federal PLUS loans and Federal Unsubsidized loans.

If you choose not to make interest payments while in school, in your grace period, or during an authorized period of deferment, the interest will accumulate, and be added to your principal amount at repayment.

Interest that has accumulated but has not been paid.

The amount of interest that is accumulated in an interest-based investment option as of a special date.

The amount credited to an account between the date of the last payment and the date when the account is closed.

Interest that has accumulated on your principal balance.

Interest which accumulates on the unpaid balance of loan principal.

Accumulated interest since the most recent payment and the date that the fixed income security is sold. Calculated by multiplying the coupon rate by the number of days since the last payment.

The amount of interest owing but not paid.

Interest calculated on the unpaid principal payable by the borrower or federal government.

accumulated interest from last payment to date of sale

Interest that accumulates to be paid in installments at a later time rather than being paid in installments which begin at the time the loan is made.

Interest due on a security from issue date or last coupon payment date to the present.

interest that is owed, but hasn't been paid or charged yet.

Accrued interest is the amount of money that you owe on a loan or is owed you on a loan or bond since the last principal payment was made.

Interest due from issue date or from the last coupon payment date to the settlement date. Accrued interest on bonds must be added to their purchase price.

The program automatically calculates accrued interest at purchase after all required information has been entered. The Edit function allows you to override the calculated value in the Accrued Interest field. The program accepts the value you enter as the accrued interest at purchase and includes it in yield and interest schedule calculations. For pass through securities, accrued interest must be entered manually.

Interest steadily accumulating on unpaid balance of your loan principal.

The amount of interest due since interest was last paid.

Interest that is added to the buyer's price of a bond. This interest has accrued since the last interest payment was made.

The interest that is added to the unpaid principal balance of your loan. If your loan is subsidized, you can choose to pay the interest while you¹re in school. This arrangement is made at the time you take out your loan.

Interest accumulated on the mortgage since the last payment.

Adjustment made to bond prices to allow for the fact that interest is paid at set intervals but earned on a daily basis.

interest accounted for but not yet due for payment; a receivable not yet due.

Interest calculated daily on the unpaid principal balance of your loan.

The accrued interest on a bond is the amount of interest accumulated on a bond since the last coupon payment. The interest has been earned, but because coupons are only paid at set intervals the investor has not gained the money yet. The amount of accrued interest helps determine the price of a bond.

The interest that has accumulated over the time elapsed since the borrower's last payment.

Interest that accumulates on a loan beginning on the date of the first disbursement.

The accumulated interest due on a bond as of the last interest payment made by the issuer. The buyer of the bond pays the market price and accrued interest, which is payable to the seller.

Interest that accumulates on a loan after disbursement.

Interest that has been earned on a financial instrument but not received.

Unpaid interest that has already been earned.

The accumulation of interest that is added to the loan.

Accrued interest is the interest expense that accumulates on your loan. For example, if you have a monthly loan at an annual interest rate of 12%, interest accrues at the rate of 1 percent per month. If your loan balance is $5,000, the accrued interest after one month is 1 percent of the loan amount, or $50. If you make a loan payment of $100, $50 will be applied to the accrued interest and $50 to reducing loan principal. In order to pay down more of your loan, you must increase your loan payment to reduce the share that is paid to accrued interest.

Accrued interest is the amount of interest that has been earned since the last interest payment date. When a bond trades, the buyer pays the seller the accrued interest - a pro rata portion of the next interest payment, which will be paid to the buyer of the bond.

Interest that has been earned but is not due and payable.

Interest that has been earned since the date of the last payment, but has not been paid out. When the grantor of trust dies, this amount is equal to income due but not paid on the date of death.

Interest (not penalties) accumulated and due on loans. Accrued interest is considered a part of qualified student debt and is eligible to be repaid by NIH. If your loan is in repayment status, accrued interest is the amount of interest accumulated since your last payment. If your loan is not in repayment status, accrued interest is the amount accumulated since the original disbursement of the loan (or since the beginning of a period of grace, deferment, or forbearance).

Interest that has accumulated between the most recent payment and the sale of a bond or other fixed income security. Typically, interest accrues on a daily basis from the previous coupon date (inclusive) to the value date (exclusive). An investor buying a bond must pay accrued interest to the seller.

Coupon interest that is earned on a bond from the last coupon date to the present date.

Interest that accumulates on the unpaid balance of a loan.

Interest that has been earned on a bond since the last interest payment was made.

Interest on a loan that accumulates and is to be paid in installments later rather than being paid from the time the loan is made. Accrued interest may be compounded or simple. It is usually paid when the principal becomes due. Depending upon the type of loan, this interest is payable by the borrower or the federal government.

Interest earned for the period of time passed since the interest was last paid.

The cumulative amount of interest on an account that has not yet been paid to the account holder. · See Also · Interest

If you postpone repaying the interest on your loan, it will accumulate - accrue - alongside the balance. The accrued interest will be CAPITALIZED (added to your loan balance), so you pay interest on the interest. Under federal regulation, for loans disbursed on or after 10/1/98, a lender may only capitalize accrued interest at the end of the grace period, at the end of deferment or forbearance, or when the borrower defaults.

Interest that accumulates on the unpaid balance of your loan.

Interest that has accumulated on outstanding, unpaid principal.

Interest which has been incurred but not paid.

The amount of interest that has collected (accrued) on a loan since the last payment has been made or on an interest-bearing account, such as savings, CDs, money market and some checking accounts, since the last interest payment was made.

Mainly applies to convertible securities. Interest that has accumulated between the most recent payment and the sale of a bond or other fixed-income security. At the time of sale, the buyer pays the seller the bonds price plus accrued interest, calculated by multiplying the coupon rate by the fraction of the coupon period that has elapsed since the last payment. (If a bondholder receives $40 in coupon payments per bond semi-annually and sells the bond one quarter of the way into the coupon period, the buyer pays the seller $10 as the latters proportion of interest earned.) [Go to source

Interest that has been earned but not yet received. It is normally applicable to bonds or debentures.

The amount credited to a bond or other fixed-income security between the last payment and when the security is sold, or any intermediate date. The buyer usually pays the seller the security's price plus the accrued interest.

The amount of interest that the buyer owes the seller on transactions involving fixed income securities, such as most bonds and notes.

Interest on a loan that accumulates and is to be paid in installments at a later time (usually when the principal becomes due) rather than being paid from the time the loan is made. Accrued interest may be compounded or simple.

Interest that builds gradually on a loan. Each day, interest is calculated on the unpaid principal balance and becomes accrued interest.

The amount of interest, calculated daily, that has accumulated on the unpaid amount of your loan.

Interest earned, though not yet payable on bonds or debentures, since the last interest payment date.

Interest calculated but not yet added.

Interest that has accumulated between the most recent payment and the sale of a bond or other fixed-income security. When the bond is sold, the buyer pays the seller the bond's price plus accrued interest.

Interest that has been earned but has not been collected.

interest that is due, on a bond for example, but that hasn't yet been paid.

Interest that has accumulated between the most recent payment and the sale of a bond or other fixed income security. The buyer of the security pays the quoted dollar price plus accrued interest, calculated by multiplying the coupon rate by the number of days that have elapsed since the last payment.

The amount of interest due on a bond since the last interest payment was made. Buyers of existing bonds pay the market price plus accrued interest.

The interest accumulated on a bond since issue date of the last coupon payment. The buyer of the bond pays the market price and accrued interest, which is payable to the seller.

Interest earned on a security that has not yet been paid to the investor.

Interest that accumulates and is paid in installments at a later time (usually when the principal becomes due) rather than paid on a regular schedule from the time a loan is disbursed and interest begins.

The interest earned for the period of time that has elapsed since interest was last paid.

Interest on a loan, which has accumulated to date.

The amount of prorated interest earned between coupon payment dates. Accrued interest is calculated and paid separately from the price in a bond transaction.

Interest earned on a bond from the last date interest was paid by the issuer up to but not including the settlement date.

The interest accumulated on a security from its issue date, or since the last interest payment date, up to the date of settlement of a trade.

Interest you have incurred that is yet to be paid or charged.

Interest on loans that accumulates and must be paid at a later date, usually when the principal becomes due.

Interest accumulated on a bond or debenture since the last interest payment date.

The accumulated coupon interest, paid to the seller of a bond by the buyer (unless the bond is in default).

Unpaid interest on that accrues on the loan principal.

Interest that grows on the unpaid principal balance of a loan.

The interest that a bond has earned since its most recent coupon was paid. The price for bonds ignores this element and quotes the price of bonds without accrued interest. However a buyer would have to pay for the interest that has accrued.

It is the amount of interest that has accumulated since the last coupon interest payment. It is also the amount of interest, which the holder is entitled but is not due until the payment date. The buyer pays the seller of the bond the accrued interest.

Interest accumulated on a fixed income security from its issue date or its last interest payment date up to but not including the settlement date of a purchase or sale transaction. The buyer pays the seller the market price of the bond plus accrued interest. Also refers to interest earned but not yet received on a fixed income security.

Interest which accrues on the loan and is payable by the borrower or, in the case of subsidized Federal Stafford Loans, by the federal government during in-school, grace, and deferment periods.

In bankers' acceptance financing, this term refers to discount interest earned but not paid.

The interest earned on a bond since the last coupon payment date.

Interest which accrues on the unpaid principal balance of a loan.

The interest due on a bond since the last interest payment was made. The buyer of the bond pays the market price plus accrued interest.

Interest that is accumulated to be paid in installments at a later time (usually when the principal becomes due) rather than being paid on a regular schedule from the time the loan is made. Accrued interest may be compounded or simple.

Interest that has been earned/incurred but not received/paid yet.

Interest earned but not yet credited or posted to an account.

The interest portion of a mortgage which is due but not yet paid. Interest is generally in paid in arrears.

Interest calculated and added to the interest amount payable, but which is not yet paid.

The amount of interest that has accumulated since the last loan payment. It is the amount of interest that the financial institution is entitled to, but is not due until the payment date.

Interest earned but not yet paid.

Interest earned on a security since the date of issue or the last coupon payment or payment date.

The amount of interest accumulated between the most recent payment and the sale of a fixed-interest security. For most bonds, accrued interest must be added to the purchase price, but that amount will be recovered by the purchaser in the next interest payment.

The interest due on preferred stock or a bond since the last interest payment was made.

This is the amount of interest earned on the note but not yet received in payment.

Interest that is earned, but not credited or paid.

the accumulation of interest between two interest payment dates

Interest earned since the last interest payment date. Accrued interest on bonds purchased in the secondary market is payable by the buyer of a bond to the seller. Municipal bonds trade "plus accrued interest."

The interest that accumulates on the unpaid principal of a loan.

Interest that increases on an unpaid balance of a loan.

The interest that has been accumulating on a bond since the last time interest was paid on it.

Interest that has been earned but not received or recorded.

(1) Interest earned but not collected. (2) Interest earned, but still unpaid, since the latest payment date.(3) Interest due from the date of issue or the last coupon date on an interest-bearing security, or from the last date of payment on a loan. Français: Intérêts courus Español: Interés acumulado, interés devengado, interés vencido

The interest earned on a loan or note between two interest payment dates.

Accrued interest is the interest that has built up on a loan during a certain time frame.

When a bond or other fixed income security is sold, the buyer pays the seller the price of the bond plus accrued interest. To calculate the amount of accrued interest due to the seller, multiply the number of days that have elapsed since the last payment by the coupon rate. The recipient of the accrued interest is taxed at ordinary income rates. The buyer's expenditure is only temporary. When the next interest payment on the bond is due, the purchaser will receive the entire amount. Part of the payment is for the current holder's status as a creditor and part restitution for the earlier payment to the former bondholder. See: Coupon Rate

is the interest that has accumulated on a bond since the last interest payment was made.

See Interest Accrual.

Interest that has accumulated from one payment-due date to the next. Also, the total amount of interest paid on a loan over time

The interest due on a bond or other fixed-income security that is paid by a borrower to a lender for the use of funds.

In finance, accrued interest is the interest that has accumulated since the principal investment, or since the previous interest payment if there has been one already. For a financial instrument such as a bond, interest is calculated and paid in set intervals.

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