disbursement

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Ticaret) para ödemesi
harcama
masraf
sarf
tediye
ödeme
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{i} ödeme miktarı
{i} ödenen para
(Ticaret) para ödeme
(Hukuk) hediye
(Hukuk) paylaştırma
disbursement chief
(Ticaret) amiri ita
disbursement schedule
(Kanun) tediye programı
dividend disbursement
temettü ödeme
disbursements
(Ticaret) harcamalar
disbursements
(Ticaret) masraflar
disbursements
(Ticaret) ödemeler
is the payment of an expenditure
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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Money paid out or spent
The act, instance, or process of disbursing, which is the present participle of disburse
{n} a laying out money, expense
1. [MASS NOUN] the payment of money from a fund, e.g. to provide economic aid. 2. [COUNT NOUN] a payment, especially one made by a solicitor to a third party and then claimed back from the client
is the payment of an expenditure
That which is disbursed or paid out; as, the annual disbursements exceed the income
The act of disbursing or paying out
When your loan has been disbursed it means that your lender has delivered your loan proceeds to your school Most student loans are delivered in multiple disbursements which usually are sent at the beginning of each of your school terms
The court's distribution of money that it receives through fines or bail to the people that, according to the law, should get the money
The process by which financial aid funds are made available to students for use in meeting educational and related living expenses Funds may be disbursed directly to the student, or applied to the student's account
The release of loan funds to the school for delivery to the borrower The payment will be made co-payable to the student and the school Loan funds are first credited to the student's account for payment of tuition, fees, room and board, and other school charges Any excess funds are then paid to the student by check
the act of spending or disbursing money
The release of loan funds from the lender to the school, for delivery to the student Disbursements are usually made in two equal parts Usually, disbursements are made electronically, directly into an account set up for the student by the school The school will notify the student if the loan disbursement is being handled that way The disbursement date is not the date the school sends funds to the student, but the date the lender sends the funds to the school, on the student's behalf
Miscellaneous expenses other than lawyer fees and court costs (i e filing fees) which paid on behalf of another person and for which reimbursement will eventually be demanded of that person In a personal liability case, for example, typical disbursements might be expert medical reports, private investigator reports, photocopying and courier costs and the like
The release of loan funds to the school for delivery to the borrower Disbursements for most loans are made in equal multiple installments, and made co-payable to the borrower and the school
{i} expenditure, payment; scattering, sending out
Disbursement is the paying out of a sum of money, especially from a fund. = payment
The actual payout to borrower of loan funds, in whole or part It may be concurrent with the closing, or follow it
Loan funds issued by a lender through check (normally made co-payable to the school and the borrower) or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Disbursements are generally made in equal multiple installments
Release of loan funds to the borrower Disbursements for most student loans are made in installments and are usually co-payable to the borrower and the school
Actual payment made for a product, service or other performance, pursuant to the terms of an agreement
This is the act of sending or handing a loan check to the student or school so that it can be used for the student's education A student loan could be disbursed in one, two, or three payments
Paying out in the discharge of a debt or expense
The release of funds to, or the purchase of goods or services for a recipient; by extension, the amount thus spent Disbursements record the actual international transfer of financial resources, or of goods or services valued at the cost to the donor
The act, instance, or process of disbursing
The release of loan funds to the school for delivery to the borrower Payments are made sometimes by paper check or by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) When disbursed as paper checks, the checks are left for the student and it is the student’s responsibility to pay any balance on their student account Through EFT, loan funds are first credited to the student's account for payment of tuition, fees, room and board and other school charges and any excess is paid to the student by check
The release of loan proceeds to a school for delivery to the borrower
A disbursement is a sum of money that is paid out. = payment
A payment of loan proceeds to the student or parent borrower
Actual payment to a contractor, vendor, or grantee Payment is made after an invoice has been submitted to NASA and has been certified for payment
The date on which the loan funds are released to the university for payment
The process by which financial aid funds are made available to students for use in meeting educational and related living expenses
– The release of loan funds by a lender to a borrower Disbursements for most student loans are made in equal multiple installments, and are usually co-payable to the borrower and the school Checks are mailed to the institution for delivery to the students In some cases, disbursements may also be made by electronic funds transfer (EFT)
amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
The release of loan funds to the school for delivery to the borrower Disbursements for most loans are made in equal multiple installments Most lenders are now participating in the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) form of disbursement which means that the net proceeds of your Federal Stafford Loan will be credited directly to your tuition and fee bill Grant, scholarship, and Federal Perkins Loan funds are also credited directly to your tuition and fee bill If there are excess funds after tuition and fees have been paid, please request payment from the Bursar's Office, 556-2300, Window 7, North Classroom 1007
a cash payment or expenditure referring particularly to cash representing expenses rather than for the purchase of additional assets (in other words, money paid by the local union)
disbursement of aid
paying of aid money
disbursements
Payments made at closing
disbursements
Payments in cash
disbursements
Disbursements represent the actual international transfer of financial resources They may be recorded at one of several stages: provision of goods and services, placing of funds at the disposal of the recipient in an earmarked fund or account, payment by the donor of invoices on behalf of the recipient etc
disbursements
Search fees, land registration, stamp duties are all examples of disbursement
disbursements
>> Payments made on behalf of the borrower pursuant to the instructions on the HID Settlement Statement
disbursements
Payments made at the closing
disbursements
Represents the amount of checks issued and electronic fund transfers, cash or other payments made
disbursements
These are costs related to the conveyancing of a property These costs usually encompass photocopying, postage, couriers and legal documentation
disbursements
The release of funds from a loan or grant to the recipient That is generally in the form of cash, goods or services
disbursements
The payment of monies on a previously-agreed-to basis Used to describe construction loan draws
disbursements
Payments made during the course of an escrow or at closing
disbursements
Payments made during the course of an escrow of at closing
disbursements
These are costs, due to bodies other than the lenders or solicitors, which are incurred by the purchaser / borrower They include, amongst other things, the cost of obtaining title searches , and searches from various govenment authorities to find out if they have an interest in the property (e g possible compulsory acquisition for road widening), registering transfer of title and mortgage at Titles office etc
disbursements
A solicitor's expenses - for example, for stamp duty, HM Land Registry fees, searches, faxes and so on [top]
disbursements
Actual payment of monies Used to describe construction loan draws
disbursements
plural of disbursement
disbursements
{i} (Law) legal expenses charged to a client by his/her lawyer to for money paid out for photocopying or express/overnight mail and messenger services
disbursements
cash payments
disbursements
Fees which solicitors incur – for example , stamp duty, HM Land Registry fees, and local Authority search fees
disbursements
The issuance of the actual check as payment of a voucher
disbursements
Payments made during the current period
disbursements
are payments in cash or by check
disbursements
A solicitor's expenses - for example, for stamp duty, HM Land Registry fees, searches, faxes and so on
disbursements
Payments made using cash, checks, or electronic transfers Disbursements include advances to others as well as payments for goods and services received and other types of payments made
disbursements
are cash payments or expense distributions that reflect actual costs incurred against a fund
disbursements
Payments incurred for a variety of port expenses embracing fresh water, bunkers, customs fees etc
disbursement
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