Paid Status

Paid Status

A classification in a database stating whether or not a customer has paid and, if so, whether or not he/she has paid in full. This is useful in determining a company's cash flow.
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Available to most Department employees in a constant paid status for at least one year, and to eligible family members, FasTrac is based on a password that provides access to a catalog of more than 2,700 courses.
Our VSNA bookkeeper and our legislative lobbyist will retain their paid status in recognition of their critical and unique contributions to the success of our Association.
The paid status can change if Officer Luong is indicted.
In addition to the change in paid status, rules scheduled to take effect April 1, 2009, include the easing of "certain reporting requirements" for papers 25,000-circulation to 50,000-circulation.
Obviously, our so called First Minister has no intention of relinquishing his well paid status and would have gladly agreed to a rainbow coalition in order to retain his position.
He has now converted it to a paid status after winning a substantial audience as a free site.
Our model is to welcome paid print subscribers to our website for the same price, and convert non-subscribers to paid status because of the companion values of web and print.
Most Department of State employees, including EFMs, in a constant paid status for at least one year, are eligible.
Most Department of State employees, including PSCs and EFMs, in a constant paid status for at least one year, are eligible.