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What does APR (Annual Percentage Rate) mean?

Annual Percentage Rate. The interest payable on what you've borrowed is added up along with other charges (e.g. arrangement fees) and then expressed as an annual rate of charge. The APR helps you compare the true cost of borrowing, for example for a mortgage. The APR takes into account all fees and charges applied to the mortgage as well as the monthly payments over the life of the loan.

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