imputed interest

imputed interest
Used in accounting to refer to interest that has effectively been paid to a bondholder, even though no money has actually been paid. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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imputed interest UK US noun [U]
FINANCE a rate used to calculate the amount of interest that would have been paid in a particular period, even if none had been paid. For example, imputed interest is used in relation to bonds where all interest is received when they are paid back.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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