Definitions for "capitalization"
A loan arrangement whereby you may add unpaid interest to the principal, rather than pay the interest when it is due.
Capitalization occurs when unpaid interest charges are added to the principal balance (the original amount you borrowed), thereby increasing the size of the loan. Interest is then charged on this new larger balance, which now includes both the unpaid principal and the "accrued" interest. If you defer the interest on your Brazos HELP loan, it will be capitalized quarterly and once at repayment. The addition of unpaid interest to the principal balance increases the monthly payment and total repayment amount.
Submenu Adding unpaid accumulated interest to the loan principal. Capitalizing interest increases the principal amount of the loan, and therefore, the total cost of the loan. Capitalizing the interest increases the monthly payment and the amount of money you will eventually have to repay. If you can afford to pay the interest as it accrues, you are better off not capitalizing it. Capitalization is sometimes called compounding.
A term that refers to the total amount of financing or funds that is available...
A company's amount of capital. Usually measured as the sum of a company's market value of equity and debt. Bloopers & Blunders: Rationalizing The Rise In Small-Cap Stock Prices Stock Splits and Capitalization
The division of the money invested in a corporation between equity and debt. It is said that depending on where the company falls in the spectrum between low-debt/high-equity to high-debt/low-equity, this is a reflection of the investment personality for that company. A company with high debt is said to be risky because of its high fixed obligations and a company with low debt may lack growth potential.
A process of determining property value.Capitalization is often used in appraisals, when percentage of probable returns on a property is compared to the net income and price of a property.This is a type of math you will want to do if you are interested in foreclosed homes.
1 ) In the appraisal process the conversion of earnings anticipated from the typical operation of a property into a sum of present worth (capital value). 2) In mortgaging, the conversion of interest into a principal sum and the subsequent amortization of that sum with interest.
The act or process of converting (obtaining the present worth of) future incomes into current equivalent capital value.
The recording of an item as an asset rather than as an expense when it is pur­chased. See also depreciation.
To record and carry forward into one or more future periods any expenditure the benefits or process from which will then be realized.
The process of identifying major expenditure as Capital, whether there is a substantial asset or not, to reduce the impact on the current financial year of such expenditure. The most common item for this to be applied to is software, whether developed in-house or purchased.
Keywords:  corpus, preserve, seed, pool, lending
Process of depositing various funds as seed capital into a lending institution to enable financial services. This pool of money is distributed, through loans and credit enhancements, in such a way to ensure that payments are made back to preserve the corpus.
This term refers to the capital costs necessary to buy equipment, build infrastructure, and all necessary preparations for beginning operations. The capital costs for mines and mills are calculated individually.
The converting of capital reserves into capital, which is usually then distributed to shareholders as a bonus issue.
Keywords:  opportunity, act
the act of capitalizing on an opportunity
Keywords:  writing, letters
writing in capital letters
Keywords:  raise, going, business, money, your
How you are going to raise money for your business.
Keywords:  key, color
Color key
Keywords:  fee, change
Change fee
Keywords:  act, process
The act or process of capitalizing.
Keywords:  market, see
see Market Capitalization.