Unpaid Balance

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Unpaid Balance

An amount that has been borrowed but not repaid. This term applies to loans, lines of credit, cash advances and other forms of debt.
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8 million in unpaid balances and a book value of $150.
Unpaid balances accrue a monthly interest fee of 1.
8% per day on interest on unpaid balances, should mean those who cannot repay on time will never have to pay back more in charges than the amount borrowed.
But the vast majority of the unpaid balances relating to the previous year are being paid during the early part of 2013-14.
The move will cancel unpaid balances on second lien debt for qualified homeowners, who are being informed by the bank of their eligibility.
Special servicing exposure increased for the 25th straight month through May as unpaid balances for specially serviced CMBS under review in May increased on a net basis by $2 billion, up to a trailing 12 month high of $83.
After 30 days, unpaid balances are tacked on to residents' property tax bills, with an annual 14 percent interest rate.
It's a safe bet that few of those Americans could name the interest rate charged on unpaid balances on each of those cards, or list all the fees and penalties that can follow a late payment.
Keeping close track of unpaid balances, write-offs, and refunds is important, and making sure that the latter two are legitimate is critical to survival.
6015 have been effective for determining unpaid balances due the IRS as of July 22, 1998 and Federal tax liabilities arising after that date, many cases have recently been decided by the Tax Court and district courts.
The program is designed to help physician practices measure their performance (and subsequently improve it) compared to other athenahealth practices against four key metrics: the average number of days between time of service and a charge entry; the number of days claims sit in one of two "hold buckets" (known as "hold lag" and "manager hold lag") waiting for approval to submit; the percent of unpaid balances for self-pays that extends beyond 90 days.
The average APR is nearly 75%, with the monthly rate on unpaid balances at 6.