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Anjani 7/8/2014 02:42
What is the difference between the gross and net interest rate?
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By: RPH052012 on 2/22/2015 22:16 Comment
This is a term used in many different phrases. A gross interest rate is the publicized gains expected based on the financial contract.

The net interest rate would be the actual capital gains made after administrative fees are deducted for managing your account and per transaction fees assessed based on the investor's actions during the period of investing. This could be things such as early withdrawals, failure to maintain a negotiated balance etc...
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