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Balance Due

The total principal still owed on a loan or other debt. This does not include interest that has not yet accumulated. Thus, if one owes $1,000 on a credit card, one could pay more than $1,000 over time by making principal and interest payments, or one could simply pay the balance due (or the complete amount) at once.
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37 million of principal due under the March 2004 note into 750,000 shares of Axesstel's common stock, and Axesstel redeemed all remaining balances due under such note and all outstanding balances due under the August 2004 note for an aggregate cash payment of approximately $1.
The FTB's automated toll-free phone service at (800) 338-0505 is available anytime to request both state and federal tax forms, get answers to frequently asked questions, and to check on payments, balances due, or refunds.
Balances Due on all Farmers' Auto, Fire and Commercial Policies
This helped the state accommodate a mandated shift in school funding, as well as maintain large fund balances due largely to continued revenue growth in excess of estimates.
This has helped the state accommodate a mandated shift in school funding as well as maintain large fund balances due largely to continued revenue growth in excess of estimates.
Initial reports indicate that although certain of the Company's reinsurers will incur liability as a result of the terrorist attacks, no adverse impact on the Company's ability to collect balances due from its reinsurers is anticipated at this time other than short-term delays caused by the disruption of operations at reinsurance companies with offices in the WTC.
Credit insurance is supposed to pay the monthly balances due on credit balances used in purchasing the merchandise, when the holder of the credit card is unable to do so.
On March 24, 2000, Penelec remitted to the Scrubgrass Project the outstanding balances due under the Settlement Agreement for previous net deliveries of electric energy and interest which amounted to approximately $3,802,000 and $608,000, respectively.
As of November 30, 1999, Heller's Commercial Services unit had total net assets of approximately $375 million reflecting approximately $935 million of factored accounts receivable and approximately $560 million of credit balances due factoring clients.
com can have balances due automatically withdrawn from the taxpayer's checking or savings account.
with initial outstanding balances due totaling $3,085,287.
On November 1 the line reduces to $6,000,000, with all outstanding balances due on November 30th.