SECA Definition

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SECA is Self-Employment Contributions Act of 1954.

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FINANCE CHARGE is the total dollar amount your loan will cost you. It includes all interest payments for the life of the loan, any interest paid at closing, your origination fee and any other charges paid to the lender and/or broker. In real estate, appraisal, credit report and title search fees are normally not included in the finance charge calculation.

PITI is an acronym for Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance when dealing with property mortgages.

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