Accrued interest



interest accumulated at a given time but not yet due or paid.
Historical Examples

None could be issued, used as security for loans, or bought up by the government, at less than par plus the accrued interest.
The War With Mexico, Volume II (of 2) Justin H. Smith

But David counted out his debt to her methodically, with the accrued interest.
IT and Other Stories Gouverneur Morris

And trouble postponed always has to be met with accrued interest.
Old Gorgon Graham George Horace Lorimer

The principal and accrued interest of these three censales amount to 39, 230s.
A History of The Inquisition of Spain; vol. 2, Henry Charles Lea

When bonds are sold with accrued interest, which is paid by the purchaser, what disposition is made of the interest received?
Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 4 Various

When bonds are sold with accrued interest, which is paid by the purchaser, the accrued interest is credited to interest on bonds.
Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 4 Various

Monsieur Collinet made over to the widow both the capital and the accrued interest, amounting to about forty-two thousand francs.
Pierrette Honore de Balzac

The envelopes were beginning to bulge and the deposits and accrued interest were something to watch grow.
The Old Die Rich Horace Leonard Gold

Your father desires that you accept the entire two hundred thousand dollars worth and accrued interest.
Kindred of the Dust Peter B. Kyne

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