All in cost

• Total costs, explicit and implicit.

• Total costs, explicit and other. Example: The all-in cost to a bank of CD money is the explicit rate of interest it pays on that deposit plus the FDIC premium it must pay on the deposit plus the hidden cost it incurs because it must hold some portion of that deposit in a non-interest-bearing reserve account at the Fed.


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