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  Compound Interest Definition
Compound Interest The interest expense that is calcualted on the principal sum of a loan plus the accrued interest of that sum. When you begin a new interest period, all of the interest from the previous interest period is added to the principal balance and a new principal amount is calculated. Compound interest can be calculated daily, monthly, semiannually, or annually.
   
   
   


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