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back-end loading

noun [U]
 
 
( also backloading)
FINANCE an arrangement in which someone pays the largest part or all of a debt at the end of an agreed period of time: For people who take on interest-only loans, the effect of back-end loading is that the cost of a mortgage will be doubly burdensome.
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