If a loan has a pre payment penalty attached would it still be viable to retire it?
It depends. One has to look at what the interest rate is, the amount of the term remaining, the amount of the prepayment penalty and the cost of the source of funds to pay it off. There is no one correct answer, sorry.
Yes it is still a pregnancy even though it is not viable, it is still attached to your uterine wall and causing your body to show pregnancy signs. If it is not a viable pregnancy then it will pass and you will have a miscarriage or the dr may have to manually remove it, they usually prescribe meds first to get you to have contractions so your body will do it naturally. good luck
The decision to pay off a loan which has a pre-payment penalty can be tricky to decipher. The biggest questions to be answered is how you preceive the value of your money over time. Look at it from this view point. First, calculate the value of payoff then add the pre-pay penalty to determine how much it would cost you to pay if off (PO$ - pay off) today. Now look at how much you…
It depends on the animal in question. A viable population will ensure that there are enough individuals to ensure the population will remain in a viable condition for a given period of time. Some scientists hold to the belief that a minimum viable population of 50-500 individuals will ensure the sustainment of the population over time.
No it is not. Even though statutes are sometimes poorly drafted and/or confusing, your own misunderstanding of the language of the law is not a viable defense in court. You may, however, be able to use a particularly badly written statute in obtaining a less severe penalty from a plea-bargaining perspective.