Outstanding Debt

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Outstanding Debt

Debt that has not yet been repaid in full. For example, if one borrows $10,000 and has paid back $2,000, the outstanding debt is $8,000. In general, interest is calculated over the outstanding debt rather than the original amount borrowed.
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Outstanding balances on both home equity lines of credit and traditional home equity loans that are not first liens will be assigned a 100 percent weight for purposes of calculating risk-weighted assets.
4% CE and based on currently outstanding balance for class M6, it only equals 0.
For someone with three credit cards, with a total outstanding balance of $5,000, paying last year's average 13.
Proceeds were used to repay an existing secure loan, with an outstanding balance of approximately $47 million, and reduce outstanding balances on the Company's unsecured line of credit.
The confirmation of outstanding balances of a number of foreign loans is under verification between the federal and provincial govts as the disbursement under these loans are ongoing to the projects executed agencies.
This yielded an average balance transfer of $5,000, along with $240,000 in new outstanding balances.
Collecting copayments and outstanding balances at the window is critical to surviving and thriving in today's challenging practice management environment.
Participants can apply for additional loans even if they have outstanding 401(k) loans, as long as the combined outstanding balances have remained below the 50 percent/$50,000 limit for the 12 months before each new loan.
85, which represents the outstanding balances on the line of credit, interest and late charges to June 1, 1994.
An unusually steep and sustained decline in the cost of funds to issuers and the lingering effects of the last recession, which saw outstanding balances on credit cards grow at a much reduced pace, have exerted downward pressure on credit card interest rates.
The cost savings attributable to the core deposit accounts is a function of the outstanding balances associated with the core deposit population and the relative cost savings associated with the core deposit accounts.
09 billion of the outstanding balances, are taken due to a satisfactory relationship of credit enhancement to expected losses.

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