Unpaid Balance

Unpaid Balance

An amount that has been borrowed but not repaid. This term applies to loans, lines of credit, cash advances and other forms of debt.
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But for the first time in more than two years, Morningstar Credit Ratings, Chicago, observed an increase in CMBS delinquent unpaid balance for two consecutive months in August.
After that, the APR for the unpaid balance or any new transfers will return to the introductory 7.
Gilbert of Little Rock, the former bond dealer turned real estate developer, is named in two foreclosure suits filed by Heartland Community Bank on loans with an unpaid balance of $141,430.
Borrowers' only choices now are to pay the higher interest charges or pay their unpaid balance in full, often by shifting their balance to a new card with a better interest rate.
If the employee does not resolve the unpaid balance, garnishment of the employee's pay begins; that is, the Department takes the unpaid sum out of the employee's paycheck.
The unpaid balance of the loan you took out against your 401(k) will be counted as a distribution, which means you will have to pay a 10% early withdrawal penalty for taking money out before age 59 1/2, plus any income tax the balance has accrued.
An unpaid balance stood between Frozena Jerro and a treasure chest full of tomorrows.
For instance, an individual and his or her spouse file a joint return that properly reflects their income and deductions, but shows an unpaid balance due of $10,000, which one spouse promised to pay.
For the unpaid balance, the IRS assessed Buffalow individually with a penalty under IRC section 6672 for failure to collect and pay over employment taxes withheld by Buffalow's, Inc.
In July 1989, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) resumed the Business Master File (BMF) Offset Program, the automatic application of overpayments from one business tax type or tax period to satisfy an unpaid balance due on another tax type or period for the same taxpayer.
The County is looking to enter into a two (2) year agreement with a professional firm to provide routine billing and unpaid balance billing accounts for Lee County EMS Service on a collected percentage basis.
It reports that after decreasing for several months midyear 2011, CMBS delinquent unpaid balance increased again over September and October.