Available Balance

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Available Balance

The balance in a bank account to which the account holder has access. The available balance usually is calculated by taking the account balance and subtracting credits and debits that have not yet cleared.
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9% of their usable funds, much lower than the corresponding 20%-30% of counterparts in the United Kingdom.
Wholesale lockbox is one of the most efficient ways to collect receivables paid by check and convert them into usable funds.
CLF regularly introduces cases that must be addressed immediately, so having usable funds is critical; the Campaign provides liquidity that will help get cases underway.
Loan documents show that front-loaded origination and agent fees plus interest and principal over the first two years would have meant that usable funds would have been substantially less than the US$2,000,000 face amount of the loan.
This would mean that the effective interest rate -- all up-front costs plus next-12-month fees as a fraction of usable funds -- would be very high.
19% of the total usable funds held by the industry, according to statistics compiled by the Taiwan Insurance Institute (TII).
21% of the industry's total usable funds, a trend motivated by the uncertain investment climate due to the European debt crisis.
5% of usable funds and hitting an all-time high record.
Taiwan's life insurance industry has seen usable funds break the NT$1 trillion mark with the ratio of overseas investments exceeding 35%.
the flagship firm of the Fubon FHC, has invested NT$133 billion in the domestic bourse, accounting for 10% of its usable funds of NT$1.
4% of their usable funds, or approximately NT$600 billion (US$18.