deferment

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Ticaret) ödemeyi geciktirme
tehir
erteleme
(Askeri) ERTELEME, TECİL: Bakılması zaruri aile fertlerinin bulunması, önemli işlerin aksamaması için vesaire sebeplerle mecburi askerlik hizmetinin geri bırakılması hali
{i} ertelenme
{i} tecil
mecburi askerlik hizmetinin ertelenmesi
{i} vade
gecikme
deferment charge
ödemeyi geciktirme ücreti
Englisch - Englisch
Officially sanctioned postponement of compulsory military service
An act or instance of deferring or putting off
A period of time during which your repayment obligation is temporarily postponed for an authorized reason Borrowers whose interest was paid by the federal government while in school will qualify for these same interest benefits during deferment periods
An approved postponement of payment for a specified time
Period during which a borrower who meets certain criteria may suspend loan payments On some loans the federal government pays the interest In other cases, interest accrues and the borrower is responsible for it
An authorized period of time during which loan payments may be postponed
This means that the payments on the principal of the loan will be delayed for a specified time However, the interest must still be paid or it is added to the principal This means the loan will cost the borrower more in the long run, but it may make the loan easier for the borrower to repay
An approved postponement of payment on a loan for a specific period of time Most federal loan programs allow students to defer their loans while they are in school at least part time For subsidized loans, the federal government pays the interest charges during the deferment period But for unsubsidized loans, the borrower is responsible for the interest that accrues during the deferment You can't get a deferment on a loan that is in default
When a borrower is allowed to postpone repayment of the loan for a variety of reasons If you have a subsidized loan, the federal government pays the interest charges during the deferment period If you have an unsubsidized loan, you are responsible for the interest that accrues during the deferment period You can still postpone paying the interest charges by capitalizing the interest, which increases the size of the loan Most federal loan programs allow students to defer their loans while they are in school at least half time If you don't qualify for a deferment, you may be able to get a forbearance, and loans in default are not eligible for a deferment
A period during which the repayment of the principal amount of the loan is suspended as a result of the borrower's meeting one of the requirements established by law and/or contained in the promissory note During this period, the borrower may or may not have to pay interest on the loan
{i} postponement, delay, suspension
A temporary period during which a borrower is not required to make payments Deferments are more common in Federal loan programs rather than alternative loans
A period of time during repayment in which the borrower, upon meeting certain conditions, is not required to make loan payments
Deferment means arranging for something to happen at a later date. the deferment of debt repayments
Deferment occurs when a borrower is allowed to postpone repayment of a student loan For example, some federal loan programs allow students to defer their loans while they are in school Other loan programs allow the student to defer the interest payments by capitalizing the interest
A postponement of payments for a specified period of time for authorized reasons
A deferment temporarily suspends your obligation to make your monthly payments As a student loan borrower, you are entitled to apply for several types of deferments If you are having a difficult time making your monthly payments, you should talk to your lender and see if you qualify for a deferment Click here for more information
A deferment means you may postpone making payments on your loan under certain specific conditions
An authorized period of time during which a borrower may postpone principal and interest payments on a loan, such as when the borrower is enrolled in college at least half-time
Temporary postponement of loan payments Interest on unsubsidized loans continues to accumulate during deferment
The postponement of loan principal payments under special circumstances The federal government pays the interest that accrues on subsidized Stafford Loans during deferment Unsubsidized Stafford Loans don't receive this interest subsidy
An authorized period of time during which a student loan borrower may postpone making payments on the principal plus interest
act of putting off to a future time
An authorized period of time during which a borrower may postpone principal and interest payments Deferments are available while borrowers are in school at least half time, enrolled in a graduate fellowship program or rehabilitation training program, and during periods of unemployment or economic hardship Other deferments may be available depending on when and what you borrowed Contact your lender for additional details
A period during which the repayment of the principal amount of the loan is suspended as a result of the borrower meeting one of the requirements established by law and/or contained in the promissory note During this period, the borrower may or may not have to pay interest on the loan
A period of time during repayment in which the borrower, after meeting certain criteria, is not required to make their regular monthly payments Note: interest payments may or may not be postponed depending on the type of loan For Federal Family Education Loan Deferments, check out the Deferment Eligibility List
The act of delaying; postponement
A period of time during repayment in which the borrower, upon meeting certain conditions, is not required to make payments of loan principal During this period the Department of Education will pay the interest on behalf of eligible Subsidized Stafford borrowers Deferments are granted for designated circumstances as defined by the Department of Education Request forms are available for the borrower who is responsible for their proper completion, certification and return See the Deferments section of this web site
Period of time, usually following grace, during which a borrower may defer or delay repayment Deferments may be borrower based (also referred to as borrower level), as is the case with old and new Stafford borrowers Deferments can also be loan specific, which simply means the deferment is based not on the borrower, but on the loan type (as is the case with HEAL, Perkins, PCL, and some other loans) Borrowers must apply with their loan servicer for deferments Regardless of type, deferments are good for one year at a time
An act or instance of defering or putting off
Occurs when a borrower is allowed to postpone repaying the loan If you have a subsidized loan, the federal government pays the interest charges during the deferment period If you have an unsubsidized loan, you are responsible for the interest that accrues during the deferment period You can still postpone paying the interest charges by capitalizing the interest, which increases the size of the loan Most federal loan programs allow students to defer their loans while they are in school at least half time If you don't qualify for a deferment, you may be able to get a forbearance You can't get a deferment if your loan is in default
A time when you are not required to make payments During the deferment, interest continues to accrue on the loan Deferments may be granted for reasons such as half-time study, unemployment, economic hardship, graduate fellowships and rehabilitation training
deferments
plural of deferment
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