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Cumulative Interest
Updated
January 19, 2023
The sum of all interest payments made on a loan over a specific time period is known as cumulative interest. Cumulative interest on an amortizing loan grows at a decreasing rate since each consecutive periodic payment is a bigger percentage of the loan's principal and a lower percentage of its interest.
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