ARGUMENT IN ACCOUNTING Definition

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ARGUMENT IN ACCOUNTING usually revolves around the premise that characterizes fair values of assets as being more relevant but less reliable than their historical costs, with fair value being ultimately more informative only if its increased relevance outweighs its reduced reliability.

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INTERNAL is inside the country, e.g. a nations internal politics; or, happening, arising or located inside a company, e.g. internal requirements or transactions.

CAPITALIZED INTEREST is the accrued interest added to the principal balance of a loan while you are not making payments or your payments are insufficient to cover both the principal and interest due. When this occurs, you are paying interest on interest, sometimes called "negative amortization".

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