Bullet Payment

A bullet payment is the repayment of the entire principal amount of a bond or term loan when due and payable on the maturity date. Bonds and term loans with bullet payments do not amortize prior to maturity (i.e., no interim, partial repayments are required prior to the maturity date bullet payment).

 

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