Lagged Reserve Accounting (LRA)
Back to Finance Glossary | Previous PageLagged reserve accounting is an accounting system begun by the Federal Reserve in 1984.
Lagged reserve accounting is used for calculating each depository institution's legal reserve requirement.
In lagged reserve accounting, the reserve computation and reserve maintenance periods for transaction deposits are not exactly the same.
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