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English definition of “true interest cost”

true interest cost

noun [S]
 
 
( abbreviation TIC, also true interest rate ) FINANCE
the real cost of interest on loans, including charges, etc.: The group set the true interest cost at 5.6%. Prices rose sharply so the true interest rates charged by the market fell to their lowest in several years.
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