interest-bearing


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interest-bearing

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interest-earning

adj
(Banking & Finance) finance paying interest
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Adj.1.interest-bearing - of financial obligations on which interest is paid
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interest-bearing

[ˈɪntrɪstˌbɛərɪŋ] ADJcon interés
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The court noted that the inmate was fully informed that apportionment of interest was at the discretion of the state, and he could have elected to have his money deposited in an interest-bearing account as an alternative.
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The taxpayer executed an interest-bearing promissory note providing for the repayment of the cash advance in annual installments.

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