Principal Payments

Principal Payments

The portion of a loan payment that reduces the outstanding balance of the loan.
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Co-op members would rather keep those fees down with low principal payment loans and continue to refinance into the future than take on a standard amortizing loan whose principal payments would raise maintenance charges.
Both the Tax Court and the Ninth Circuit concluded that a corporation had to recognize the full amount of gain a year before it received any principal payments on the note (James F.
The agreement permits the company to defer principal payments of $3.
This is one of the few instances when principal payments are tax deductible.
Interest and principal payments on the notes will be made in MXN and adjusted based on the prevailing value of the Unidad de Inversion (UDI), as specified in the transaction's governing documents.
At the end of the revolving period, the trust will begin a controlled amortization and should pay class A investors 4 equal monthly principal payments of $133,087,500.
Note that in all instances prior to the establishment of the trust and the consummation of the transaction, the stock's potential posttransfer appreciation must be considered in determining if the inclusion of the stock {and related earnings) in the transferor's estate at date of death value would be more detrimental from a tax standpoint than the inclusion in the transferor's estate of the installment principal payments, after-tax interest on the installment obligation and the related earnings from these assets (i.
If an early redemption event or event of default occurs investors will receive principal on an accelerated schedule, with senior notes receiving principal payments first.
Class A is entitled to all monthly interest payments and most monthly principal payments on the mortgage and other collateral described below.
Class B has been receiving principal payments pro-rata with the class A and has paid down to 38% of its initial balance.
After the interest-only period, Class A investors should receive 12 equal monthly principal payments up to the controlled amortization amount of $29,750,000.
The amended agreement requires Edisto to make principal payments of $525,000 on July 31, 1992 and $1 million per month thereafter, and is due in full on Dec.

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