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Compound interest. This is where you work out the interest on a number, then work out the interest on top of the number with the interest added.

Simple interest is interest that is calculated only on the amount of unpaid principal on a loan. Such interest is not added to the value of the loan but is tracked separately. Compound interest is interest that is calculated on the total of unpaid principal and accumulated interest on a loan. The difference is in simple interest there is no interest charged on accumulated interest while in compound interest there is interest charged on accumulated interest.

False. Interest upon interest is compounded interest

With compound interest, the interest due for any period attracts interest for all subsequent periods. As a result, compound interest, for the same rate, is greater.With compound interest, the interest due for any period attracts interest for all subsequent periods. As a result, compound interest, for the same rate, is greater.With compound interest, the interest due for any period attracts interest for all subsequent periods. As a result, compound interest, for the same rate, is greater.With compound interest, the interest due for any period attracts interest for all subsequent periods. As a result, compound interest, for the same rate, is greater.

Compound Interest

Interest is usually not charged on interest and is called capitalizing interest. On some occassions banks may roll interest on a note and thus charge interest on the interest, but this is not advisable and is only done in certain situations that demand that it be done.

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Compound interest is when interest is charged on the principal plus the interest. An example is a credit card debt. If you carry a balance from month to month you are charged interest on the total amount owed including the interest from previous months. Simple interest is calculated on the amount borrowed over a fixed amount of time and does not charge interest on the interest.

simple interest and compound interest

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latent interest

Nominal InterestA nominal interest rate is the interest rate that does not compensate for inflation. This is used in relation to "effective interest rate" or "real interest rate."" Real Interest Rate = Nominal Interest Rate - Inflation Rate " Improvement suggested by Palash Bagchi.

No. The "simple interest" method of calculation does not compound interest. It takes the annual interest rate and divides it by 365 to get the daily rate. The daily rate is then multiplied by the current balance to get the amount of interest that accrues per day. This interest is kept in a separate account from the principle, and interest does not accrue on the balance of that account. In compound interest, the principle and interest are kept in the same account, so interest accrues on past interest.

Usually no. Most institutions charge (and pay) compound interest, NOT simple interest.Usually no. Most institutions charge (and pay) compound interest, NOT simple interest.Usually no. Most institutions charge (and pay) compound interest, NOT simple interest.Usually no. Most institutions charge (and pay) compound interest, NOT simple interest.

Simple interest is based on the original principle of a loan. Simple interest is generally used on short-term loans. Compound interest is interest added to the principal of a deposit or loan so that the added interest also earns interest from then on.

Compound Interest

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simple interest

compound interest increases interest more than simple interest

Interest paid on interest previously received is the best definition of compounding interest.

The effect of compound interest is that interest is earned on the accrued interest, as well as the principal amount.

Compound interest

Simple interest is interest paid on the original principle only, Compound interest is the interest earned not only on the original principal, but also on all interests earned previously.

If the interest is reinvested and so itself gains interest (in the next interest period) it is compound interest.