Zero Balance


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Zero Balance

The amount the borrower owes at maturity.

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That's impossible, nobody has zero balance in the bank nowadays.
The combined company's services will include transfer DRG, revenue recovery, DRG validation, zero balance underpayment recovery, complex revenue cycle, consulting, and interim management, among other solutions, offering a full revenue integrity safety net for all types of healthcare provider organisations.
3 November 2017 - Chicago, US-based revenue integrity and recovery services Revint Solutions, serving healthcare providers has acquired Florida-based revenue recovery services provider Health Check to expand its zero balance underpayment recovery service offering, the company said.
Zero Balance Accounts are offered by most financial institutions to meet the customer's needs for a certain type of account, such as health insurance, employee payroll, or other specific needs.
Bank officials claim the sole objective behind this 'attempt' was to keep the number of zero balance account holders 'low'.
I've attached their invoice for a zero balance. This was certainly unexpected and over and above normal customer service.
It is ideal to have zero balance on credit debts, but most lenders will still be lenient to those who have low debt-to-income-ratios.
74% accounts in financial inclusion scheme have zero balance as on Nov 7
6% of these accounts ended the year with a zero balance.
The lawyer said she got even more furious when she was sold another Dh25 card with zero balance the very next week.
MUMBAI -- People belonging to weaker sections in the country can also open zero balance accounts in foreign banks such as HSBC, Citibank and Standard Chartered Bank and avail free ATM-cum-debit card facility.
"This zero balance of forces will not change for a while." The use of chemical weapons on August 21 brought Washington close to ordering a strike against Assad, whom the West blames for the attack that the United Nations says killed 1,429 people.