prorate

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To divide proportionately, especially by day
To divide expenses and income between a buyer and a seller in proportionate shares For example, if a property is purchased at mid-year after the seller has already paid taxes on the property for the whole year, the purchases reimburses for one-half of those taxes, i e the pro-rata share
To proportionally divide amounts owed by the buyer and the seller at closing
To divide or distribute proportionately; to divide monies, usually at time of closing, proportionately between seller and buyer
divide or assess proportionally; "The rent was prorated for the rest of the month"
To divide or distribute proportionally
To divide or distribute proportionately
To divide proportionately, so as to determine actual amounts owed by a buyer and seller at closing
To divide expenses and income between a buyer and a seller in proportionate shares For example, a buyer purchases property at midyear after the seller has already paid taxes on the property for the whole year The buyer reimburses the seller for one-half of those taxes, the pro-rata share, for the buyer's share of that year
1 v Adjust proportionally 2 n In the educational tour market, the number of paying customers required to earn a tour conductor's pass
To allocate between seller and buyer their proportionate share of an obligation paid or due For example a prorate on real property taxes, fire insurance, or condominium fee
To divide in proportionate shares, such as taxes, insurance, rent, or other items which the buyer and seller share as of the time of closing, or other agreed upon time top
Divide or assess proportionately
To divide or assess proportionally
The allocation of vehicle registration fees to multiple jurisdictions
Sharing a proportional part of a loss
to calculate a charge, price, etc according to the actual amount of service received rather than by a standard sum (pro rata)
– To allocate between seller and buyer their proportionate share of an obligation paid or due For example a prorate of real property taxes, Home Owner Association dues, or condominium fee
{f} divide or calculate proportionately
A quantity provision in a fruit or vegetable marketing order that is intended to even out weekly shipments (or shipments for some other specified periods of time); it aims to prevent too much of the regulated commodity from entering the commercial market at the same time and depressing prices
divide or assess proportionally; "The rent was prorated for the rest of the month" make a proportional settlement or distribution
To apportion a divisible item among parties according to their share
If the value of property is prorated, that value is altered by a certain fixed percentage
To divide or assess proportionately
To allocate percentages of certain expenses to be paid by the buyer and seller at the time of closing
make a proportional settlement or distribution
To divide in proportionate shares, such as taxes, insurance, rent, or other items
To divide or distribute proportionally; to assess pro rata
To divide or apportion an amount according to the number of days or months during the period Can relate to the amount of rent owed by a resident for occupying a unit for only a part of a month (Source: FHA Handbook 4370 4 REV-1, Appendix 2)
to allocate between seller and buyer their proportionate share of an obligation paid or due; for example, to prorate real property taxes or insurance
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In the insurance industry, the act of taking money that is currently due from the insurance company and moving it to the patient, knowing that the dollar amount being moved is due from the patient as a deductible, coinsurance, or copayment amount
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budgeting the proportional distribution or allocation of parameters, such as noise power and transmission losses, among a number of tandem-connected items, such as equipment, cables, links, or trunks, in order to balance the performance of communications circuits
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In a telephone switching center, the distribution or allocation of equipment or components proportionally among a number of functions, to provide a requisite grade of service
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past of prorate
prorated
{s} divided proportionally, calculated according to proportions
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third-person singular of prorate
prorating
present participle of prorate
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A reduction of the standard annual loan limit for an undergraduate student Proration of the loan amount is required if the student's program, or the remainder of the student's program, is less than a full academic year in length
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A percentage of purchase fees that must be paid by either the buyer or seller of a property at the closing, usually agreed upon beforehand
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The proportional payment of fees on a monthly or other basis according to the laws of each jurisdiction
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A term referring to the reduction of a financial aid award, either because of less than full-time enrollment (in the case of a Pell Grant) or because the student will attend less than a full academic year, due to graduation at the end of the fall term (in the case of a Stafford Loan)
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In health insurance, the modification of policy benefits because of a change in the insured person's occupation or the existence of other insurance
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To divide (prorate) property taxes, insurance premiums, rental income, etc, between buyer and seller proportionately to time of use, or the date of closing
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To divide (prorate) property taxes, insurance premiums, rental income, etc , between buyer and seller proportionately to time of use, or the date of closing
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The spreading of underallocated or overallocated overhead among closing stocks and cost of goods sold
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How buyers and sellers divide responsibility for certain costs or fees associated with living in the home
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{i} proportional calculation, division proportionally
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The process of allocating underapplied or overapplied overhead to Work-in-Process Inventory, Finished-Goods Inventory, and Cost of Goods Sold
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the process in which certain items are divided (prorated) between buyer and seller at settlement Items such as property taxes, insurance premiums, insurance and rent are generally pro rated and shown on the settlement statement
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Allocation of expenditures or income from a single source to two or more accounts to show the correct distribution of charges or income
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To divide or prorate equally or proportionately to time of use
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The allocation of property taxes, interest, insurance premiums, rental income, etc , between buyer and seller proportionate to time of use
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The allocation of property taxes, interest, insurance premiums, rental income, etc between buyer and seller proportionate to time of use
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To divide or prorate equally or proportionately over time
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the proportional limitation of production or distribution of something (e g crude oil or natural gas) to some fractional part of the total capacity of each producer
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The adjustment of benefits paid because of a mistake in the amount of the premiums paid or the existence of other insurance covering the same accident or disability
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the proportional limitation of production or distribution of something e
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The method used in dividing charges into that portion which applies only to a party's ownership up to particular date
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Agreed-upon percentages of certain expenses associated with a piece of property that must be paid by the buyer or the seller at the time of closing
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The proportionate division or distribution of expenses of property ownership between two or more parties Closing statement prorations generally include taxes, rents, insurance, interest charges and assessments
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crude oil or natural gas to some fractional part of the total capacity of each producer
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