Accounting Dictionary - Letter I

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Interest
is excess of money over the initial invested amount (principal). Interest is usually set as a percentage to the principal. Interest can also represent a charge that a lender levies on a borrower for using borrowed funds. In general, the amount of interest depends on the principal (P), interest rate (i), and time (n).
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