CAPITALIZED INTEREST Definition

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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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GRANDFATHERED INVESTMENTS are Municipal bonds and equities acquired on or before August 7,1986, the effec­tive date of changes in tax rates caused by the Tax Reform Act of 1986. These investments are not subject to the 5.1 % property-casualty insurance company proration tax.

FRAUD is intentional deception resulting in injury to another person or entity

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