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Due date

Date on which a debt must be paid.

Due Date

The date by which a debt or other payment must be paid in order not to be late. Due dates occur for all kinds of liabilities; for example, the due date for one's rent may be 15th of each month. See also: Delinquency, Default.
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The new due dates will apply to returns for tax years beginning after Dec.
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The irregular filing due date for estate tax returns (Form 706), nine months after the decedent's date of death, is the primary reason for missed estate tax return filings.
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Beyond the problem of badly set due dates is the issue of naive management and scheduling of resources.
An algorithm for determining due dates made its way through a similar process.
Automatically adjust due dates when the original date falls on a weekend or holiday.
All facts and circumstances would be applied in determining whether the events were reasonably foreseeable as of the installment due date.