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principal balance

That portion of the original loan amount which remains unpaid. It does not include accrued interest or fees.

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As the 900m EUAs will only be temporarily withheld, an efficient market should in principle balance out the gap with the existing oversupply, which is more than enough to offset the back-loaded volumes.
The main reason you are getting these notes at basically 50 percent of the unpaid principle balance is because you are willing to accept this risk and deal with it.
Endowed chair programs are funded from the interest earned on the principle balance.
As of March 2012, the total unpaid principle balance, including accrued interest, late fees and costs incurred on collection, totaled more than $3.
After the Audit and Review of the current terms of your predatory or unaffordable loan, and documenting the Federal, State Violations and Fraud your lender may have no other choice but to alter the payment terms to make the loan affordable and equitable with a possible principle balance reduction as well.
American Greetings has also repaid the entire principle balance outstanding under its US$99 million term loan.
As of July 31, 2011, CMI's portfolio had a unpaid principle balance (UPB) of $510,099,348,074 with 3,479,556 loans, an 11.
The Company has also reduced its loan to US Bank by approximately 22% to-date, leaving an outstanding principle balance of $7.
Debt amortization is accordingly very rapid, with more than 90% of the principle balance repaid within five years, and the final two years of payments due from a cash-funded reserve.
Research debt settlement programs, and look specifically for programs that do not charge upfront fees and can eliminate your principle balance within 36 months or less.
In conjunction with this transaction, the fund assumed an amortizing term loan with a current principle balance of approximately $56.
A payoff is received from the old lender accepting less than a full balance and the negotiated principle balance will reflect the home's current value.