Deferred Payment Option

Deferred Payment Option

An option contract (whether a call or a put) in which the premium is not paid until the expiration date. A deferred payment option is a form of an American option; that is, the option may be exercised at any point until the expiration date. Generally speaking, a deferred payment option is a long-term investment; the expiration date (and hence the premium payment) is usually at least a year after the date the contract is first entered. It is also called a deferred premium option or a Boston option.
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Some online agents do, however, offer the option to pay after the sale is completed but for a higher price, or a deferred payment option at an agreed time in the future - usually after 10-12 months, whether you've sold or not.
Moody's expects Bharti to go for deferred payment option, which will minimise upfront cash outflow and stretch out payments over a 12-year period.
They offered a long tenure of five years' payback with deferred payment option.
Additionally, new customers can make use of the newest six months deferred payment option, taking immediate delivery of their vehicle.
In addition to the 120 day deferred payment option, customers will also benefit from five years extended warranty, five years roadside assistance, three years or 45,000km free service and free registration.
In addition to the 120 day deferred payment option, giving customers the chance to buy now and pay later, customers will also benefit from the added bonus of five years extended warranty, five years roadside assistance, three years or 45,000km free service and free registration.
With the property tax deferral programs, the taxes owed are treated as a deferred payment option from the province or municipality.
Second, a contract based on buy and sale on a deferred payment option such as mudaraba.
plans to offer a deferred payment option to those planning a European rail vacation this summer.
Also announced was the airline's deferred payment option, 'Fly Now, Pay Later', which enables American Airlines Credit Card customers to have six months without payment and with no interest accruing.
The loans cover the $2,300 assessment fee for National Board Certification and feature an APR of 7.9 percent, no annual fee, a 90-day deferred payment option (payments continue to accrue), and no prepayment penalty.

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