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  Simple Interest Definition
Simple Interest When the interest on your loan is computed solely on the principal balance of your loan, it is referred to as simple interest. When the simple interest of a loan is calculated, no compounding or accrual of interest occurs. For example, on a $1,000 loan with an interest rate of 10 percent, the simple interest would be $100 per year.

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