front-end loading

front-end loading
front-end loading or frontˈ-loading noun
1. The taking of a large part of the total costs and commission of an investment or insurance policy out of the early payments or profits made
2. Any similar weighting of borrowing, deduction, etc towards the early stages of a financial transaction or accounting period
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