insurance excepted / non inclusive

alexa99

Senior Member
france
Hi,

How would you say that a loan interest rate is expressed " insurance non inclusive ".
....loan granted at a rate of 4 %, insurance excepted ?

I'm after the correct expression in english.
I hope my question is clear enough at least.

Thanks

Alexa
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    If I understand your question, then I think you've used "non-inclusive" correctly. In this example the loan is granted at a rate of 4%. That rate doesn't include the cost of insurance that the borrower may need to purchase. It would also be clear to write: "...at a rate of 4%, not including the insurance cost."

    [edit] Using "excepted" also sounds OK.
     
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    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    I think you'll also find "exclusive of insurance." But I have always liked the direct approach: "not including insurance costs."
     
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