Uncashed


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Uncashed

Describing a check, bond or other financial instrument that has not been redeemed. That is, an uncashed instrument is something that may be exchanged for cash or some other liquidity but has not been.
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He says Chicago is supposed to notify the state of Illinois if a check from the city is uncashed after three years.
Archived systems should be capable of restoring historical records to enable company research into specific transactions (e.g., uncashed checks, aged credit balances, etc.).
Owners: first, look to see if you have any uncashed checks, gift cards or other items that you may have forgotten about; it's faster to cash them yourself than to claim them from the state once reported as unclaimed property.
Unfortunately, it is unclear why the IRS requires that an uncashed check be "misplaced" to qualify for self-certification, and it is unclear how broadly the IRS will define the word.
Also some materials may be transferred from one period to the next period(s) such as backorders and uncashed checks.
I wanted to buy my mum a house so I was saving all my cheques and I had a glove compartment of almost $1m in uncashed cheques and because I didn't cash them I didn't realise, you know, tax - I was not financially literate.
Cafazzo was brought in about a year ago to overhaul practices and procedures in an office where hours-long lines were the standard, as were missing case files and uncashed checks.
Letting these sit uncashed can technically put a participant in violation of RMD requirements.
As the narrator alerts us, Diana does not have any particular return in mind except an uncashed "obligation": "[Diana] was now regaling in the delight of opening the first trenches of an acquaintance with such a powerful discharge of unexpected obligation" (200).
Before returning the check, Shiner did not ask for a new check without the restrictive endorsement and did not communicate to Turnoy that he was rejecting the check More than a month after sending the check but before he received the returned, uncashed check, Turnoy filed a Form 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income, with the IRS reporting that he had made a $149,060 payment to Shiner.
It is conceivable that a ticket winning $1 might go uncashed, if the cost of taking it back to the store is considered to be greater than $1.
* $1.6 million in claims checks, listed as uncashed on bank reconciliations;