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Synonyms for amortization

the reduction of the value of an asset by prorating its cost over a period of years

payment of an obligation in a series of installments or transfers

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Do you remember the factors on which loan amortizations are based?
You will have to restructure each and every credit and personal loan you have, both from licensed and unlicensed lenders, to come up with monthly amortization levels that when added to the monthly amortizations from any housing, car and government agency loans you might also have, your total amortization should not amount to more than 30 percent of your monthly take home pay (i.e.
First, FASB backed away from its original intention of shortening the goodwill amortization period from the current 40 years to no more than 10 years--the ED calls for a maximum amortization period of 20 years.
Second, FASB will attempt to soften the impact on corporate earnings that dramatically swifter amortization would produce.
The loan amortizations worth P2,345.23 each for the months October-December 2011, and January-December 2012 were not remitted within 30 days from the time these became due and demandable, the prosecutors said.
The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 (OBRA) included a long-awaited change in the way intangible assets are amortized: Deductions are allowed for most intangibles, including goodwillgoing concern values, over a 15-year amortization period.
Dela Cruz, in her defense, said the PhilPost prioritized the net take home pay of employees and operating costs over the remittance of GSIS loan premiums and amortizations.