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And if your son doesn't pay off the balance before the end of the interest-free period and then has to transfer again, these fees can add up to more than the interest that he would have paid had he done nothing.
I waited a couple of months, and then attempted to transfer again.
Lopez had clarified that the legitimate contractualization was different from the illegal endo schemes, wherein workers are hired temporarily for a five-month contract and then transfer again to another entity for another five-month contract.
Transfer again into cleaned, recycled wine bottles.
But now AVB is ready to smash Spurs' record transfer again with a move for Hulk.
But while such disparities in spending highlight the challenge Moyes is up against, the respective transfer again reinforce the canniness he possesses.
8 million from Dynamo Kiev in July 1999, being offloaded on a free transfer again when his year's contract runs out.
This is difficult in a number of conditions--it is clumsy, say, to transfer a wheelchair-bound person to the stairlift, get the wheelchair up- or downstairs, and make the transfer again --and is not much help in allowing the individual to do things like bringing groceries, packages, and/or laundry from floor to floor.
Under such an analysis, the transfer again is considered a constructive dividend to the owner spouse.