Account Current


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Account Current

1. A monthly statement an insurance company releases to a policyholder detailing premiums and claims paid.

2. See: Checking account.
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One of the issues with account current carriers is the extent to which individual items can be "crossed off the rendered account when the check is issued.
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For results based on the sample of 2,475 "expanded" likely voters (based on the model taking into account current voting intention only), the maximum margin of sampling error is A[+ or -]2 percentage points.
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The executive sent, on 17 March, a second questionnaire to member states to gather additional and more up-to-date findings on the use of the temporary framework on aid to the financial sector, taking into account current economic circumstances.
This edition reflects the most recent revisions to USP Chapter 797, and takes into account current Medicare rules and the latest safety goals from the Joint Commission.
Australian theologian Goosen reflects on space and time in the context of Christian faith, constructing a theology of spacetime that takes into account current scientific and philosophical thinking.
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