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imputed interestnoun [U]

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FINANCE a ​rate used to ​calculate the ​amount of ​interest that would have been ​paid in a particular ​period, ​even if none had been ​paid. For ​example, imputed ​interest is used in relation to ​bonds where all ​interest is received when they are ​paid back.
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