Interest Calculation

Interest Calculation contract clause examples

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Outstanding Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (A) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (B) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate expressed as an annual rate divided by 360) by (C) the Outstanding Principal Balance. The accrual period for calculating interest due on each Monthly Payment Date shall be the Interest Period immediately prior to such Monthly Payment Date.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (a) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (b) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate or the Default Rate, as then applicable, expressed as an annual rate divided by three hundred sixty (360)) by (c) the Principal Balance. Borrower acknowledges this will result in a higher rate of interest than if interest were calculated based on a 365-366-day year and waives any right to object to said basis of calculation.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the outstanding principal balance of the Loan shall be calculated by multiplying (a) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (b) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate or the Default Rate, as then applicable, expressed as an annual rate divided by 360) by (c) the outstanding principal balance. The accrual period for calculating interest due on each Monthly Payment Date shall be the Interest Accrual Period in which the related Monthly Payment Date occurs. Borrower understands and acknowledges that such interest accrual requirement results in more interest accruing on the Loan than if either a thirty (30) day month and a three hundred sixty (360) day year or the actual number of days and a three hundred sixty-five (365) day year were used to compute the accrual of interest on the Loan.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (a) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (b) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate or the Default Rate, as then applicable, expressed as an annual rate divided by three hundred sixty (360)) by (c) the Principal Balance. Borrower acknowledges this will result in a higher rate of interest than if interest were calculated based on a 365-366-day year and waives any right to object to said basis of calculation.

Interest Calculation. Interest for any amounts due under or in connection with this Agreement shall be calculated on the basis of actual days elapsed and a calendar year with 360 days.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Outstanding Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (A) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (B) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate expressed as an annual rate divided by 360) by (C) the Outstanding Principal Balance. The accrual period for calculating interest due on each Monthly Payment Date shall be the Interest Period immediately prior to such Monthly Payment Date.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (a) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (b) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate or the Default Rate, as then applicable, expressed as an annual rate divided by three hundred sixty (360)) by (c) the Principal Balance. Borrower acknowledges this will result in a higher rate of interest than if interest were calculated based on a 365-366-day year and waives any right to object to said basis of calculation.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the outstanding principal balance of the Loan shall accrue at the Interest Rate calculated on an Actual/360 Basis. Borrower acknowledges that interest calculated on an Actual/360 Basis exceeds interest calculated on a 30/360 Basis.

Interest Calculation. Interest on the Outstanding Principal Balance shall be calculated by multiplying (A) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (B) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year (that is, the Interest Rate expressed as an annual rate divided by 360) by (C) the Outstanding Principal Balance. The accrual period for calculating interest due on each Monthly Payment Date shall be the Interest Period immediately prior to such Monthly Payment Date.

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