AMORTIZATION , Accounting, Basic Statistics

AMORTIZATION
The slow decrease or liquidation of an quantity over a time interval according to a specified program (such as, the pension of a debts by sequential repayments to the financial institution or in a going fund) either by a immediate credit worthiness, or debit; or through the use of a assessment consideration.
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