In the evenings they would sit around the cleared supper table, she doing odd jobs of mending, Martin reading, checking up the interest dates
on his mortgages or making entries in his account book, while Bill at his books, would study to the accompaniment of record after record, blissfully unconscious of what a thorn in the flesh he and his music were to both his parents.
The bonds, which have a 10-year tenor and are callable after five years or on any interest date
thereafter, were priced at 100 per cent and were issued in equal proportion between fixed and floating-rate tranches.
To compute a bond's value, it is necessary to consider the value of the note on the prior interest-distribution date after the interest is paid, then accrue the value of the bond at the effective YTM rate and subtract the accrued coupon interest from the prior interest date
to the settlement date.
If a statutory notice is rescinded, an assessment is abated or a 30-day letter was issued to the wrong taxpayer or for the wrong tax year, such letter or notice is disregarded in determining the additional 2% interest date
. If the letter or notice is disregarded, the additional 2% interest will not accrue on the balance due not paid within 30 days.
Swansea's interest dates
back to July with Viera emerging as a potential replacement for Gylfi Sigurdsson if 'the Iceman' moves to Everton.
Their interest dates
back several months and they are believed to be close to an agreement.
This particular interest dates
back to a blissful childhood in the land of his birth where he spent many hours in the African bush.
My interest dates
back to the 1960s at Wimbledon where Paddy McEllistrim, Norah's dad, was the leading hurdles trainer around.
"I was a businesswoman, but my passion was dogs," recalls the former diversity executive, who says the interest dates
back to childhood when her best friend was a cocker spaniel named Ginger.