Backload meaning

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In financial terms, to backload is defined as to defer payment of something until the end of a budget period or the end of the contract.

An example of backload is if you wait to deduct expenses until the end of the tax year.

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To defer or postpone (all or the greater part of a financial obligation) until the end of (a contract, budget, etc.)
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To load toward the back, or towards the end of a period.
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(transport) To load (cargo, shipment, etc.) after unloading has been completed.
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To fill a syringe with solution from the plunger end of the barrel.
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