of interest

of interest (to someone)

interesting to someone. These archived files are no longer of any interest. This is of little interest to me.
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related persons) making payments of interest and original issue discount (OLD) generally must report such payments to the IRS, unless the payee is duly documented, or can be treated, as either foreign or an "exempt recipient.
It provides that the attorney-client privilege is not waived when privileged information is disclosed to third parties with a community of interest.
Due to the decline in interest rates, however, households became net payers of interest in 1996, and have remained so ever since.
As the survey showed, conflicts of interest are often at the heart of ethical dilemmas.
Conflicts of Interest in Litigation Services Engagements--Special Report 93-2 (# 055141JA).
TIPS are marketable Treasury securities with varying maturities that pay a fixed rate of interest every six months applied to an inflation-adjusted principal.
Since the level of interest is being measured and since the higher the score the less interest is shown by the respondent, the accurate scoring of this item should be reversed.
The Board continues to strongly support legislative proposals to authorize the payment of interest on demand deposits and interest on balances held by depository institutions at Reserve Banks.
Conflicts of interest always have spelled trouble for CPAs, but historically, the profession's focus on auditing and independence has helped to keep accountants' hands clean.
It is very common for mortgage documents to provide that if it is determined that the interest rate is usurious, that amount which exceeds the legal rate of interest will not be deemed interest, but will be considered to be a payment toward reducing the principal of the mortgage.
But if you decide to make payments instead, you get hit with a huge amount of interest, sometimes as high as 24 percent a year.
Given increasingly volatile interest rates and an unstable yield curve, however, an understanding of this measure of interest rate-induced price volatility is quite relevant to chief financial officers, whether functioning in the capacity of fund raisers or investment managers.
FITCH'S CODE OF CONDUCT, CONFIDENTIALITY, CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, AFFILIATE FIREWALL, COMPLIANCE AND OTHER RELEVANT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE 'CODE OF CONDUCT' SECTION OF THIS SITE.
Suspension of Interest Rules for Certain Reportable and Listed Transactions
This was not a cyclical downturn; it was the beginning of a necessary structural adjustment to which lowering of interest rates was not the appropriate response.