balance due


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balance due

n. the amount of a debt still owed on an account or the principal owed on a promissory note. In the case of a promissory note, the balance due is not the sum of installments due, since these include amortized interest, but may be the principal due without further interest.

See: arrears, bill, invoice, nonpayment
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This variable deals with the time frame in which to adjust the balance due for clients who leave the firm after it is sold.
Form 940 or 940-PR, Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment Tax Return (FUTA) - Balance Due - Tax Year 2006
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The revised guidelines are part of Internal Revenue Manual 5300, Balance Due Account Procedures.
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