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  • 1 amount accrued — index collection (accumulation) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 accrued income — ➔ income * * * accrued income UK US noun [U] ACCOUNTING ► the amount of money that a business earns in a particular period which it records in its accounts but that it does not receive in that period: »The grant will normally be reduced by the… …

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  • 3 accrued expense — ➔ expense * * * accrued expense UK US noun [C] (also accrued charge, also accrued cost, also accrued liability, also accrual) ACCOUNTING …

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  • 4 accrued interest — Interest earned between the most recent interest payment and the present date but not yet paid to the lender. Chicago Board of Trade glossary Interest that has been earned but not yet paid. For example, the interest earned by a bondholder between …

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  • 5 Accrued Interest Adjustment — The extra amount of interest that is paid to the owner of a convertible bond or other fixed income security. The amount paid is equal to the balance of interest that has accrued since the last payment date of the bond. At the time, the investor… …

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  • 6 Amount at Risk — The monetary difference between the death benefit paid by a permanent life insurance policy and the accrued cash value. For example, if a policy s death benefit is $200,000 and its accrued cash value is $75,000, then the amount at risk equals… …

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  • 7 Accrued interest — The accumulated coupon interest earned but not yet paid to the seller of a bond by the buyer (unless the bond is in default). The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * accrued interest accrued interest ➔ interest * * *    The interest accruing… …

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  • 8 Accrued interest —   An ISO term. The interest that has been earned but not yet been paid. The number of days, when needed (for example in case of bonds), the currency code, and the amount of accrued interest to be added or to be deducted. [3n] 3a 15d.   Interest… …

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  • 9 accrued benefits — The pension benefits earned by an employee according to the years of the employee s service. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * accrued benefits UK US noun [plural] HR ► the money that an employer owes to an employee as a pension, which is… …

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  • 10 accrued income scheme — An arrangement that applies in the UK when the owner of interest bearing securities disposes of them. The interest accrued between the date of the last interest payment and the date of disposal is regarded, for tax purposes, as the income of the… …

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  • 11 accrued liability — the amount of liability accumulated at a given time but not yet paid. * * * …

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  • 12 accrued interest — /əkrud ˈɪntrəst/ (say uhkroohd intruhst) noun the amount of interest accumulated at a given time but not yet paid (or received) …

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  • 13 accrued interest — Fin the amount of interest earned by a bond or similar investment since the previous interest payment …

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  • 14 accrued liability — noun : the portion of an accruing liability that has become definitely ascertainable and chargeable though actual payment thereof is not yet due * * * the amount of liability accumulated at a given time but not yet paid …

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  • 15 invoice amount — The amount paid by the buyer to the seller when a future is delivered, the invoice amount is calculated by taking the reference price set by the exchange, known as the exchange delivery settlement price ( EDSP), and multiplying it by the number… …

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  • 16 face amount — The face amount of an instrument is that shown by the mere language employed, and excludes any accrued interest. See face of instrument face value …

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  • 18 Loans and interest in Judaism — The combination of loans and interest, in Judaism, is a complicated and detailed subject. The biblical Hebrew terms for interest are neshekh (Heb.: נשך), literally meaning a bite , in reference to its painfulness to the debtor, and marbit /… …

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  • 19 Stock Appreciation Right — Stock appreciation rights (SARs) is a method for companies to give their management or employees a bonus if the company performs well financially. Such a method is called a plan . Stock appreciation rights (SARs) and phantom stock are very… …

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  • 20 Phantom Stock — is a method for companies to give their management or employees a bonus if the company performs well financially. Phantom stock provides a cash or stock bonus based on the value of a stated number of shares, to be paid out at the end of a… …

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