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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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I guess that squared up all balances due on Petacha."
This payment must not be less than 30% and the balances due from said months may be financed -with the interest in force- in installments whose maturities do not exceed the month of March 2020.
According to them, the remaining balances due will be released through a 12.5 per cent on completion of signing of the agreement,12.5 per cent on the first anniversary of the signing and 25 per cent each on the second, third and fourth anniversaries respectively.
Animalcare has received an initial cash consideration of GBP 0.33m (EUR 0.37m) and expects to receive a further of GBP 1.72m (EUR 1.90m) shortly in respect of intercompany loan balances due from the Wholesale Division to other Animalcare group companies.
Animalcare has received an initial cash consideration of GBP0.33m (EUR0.37m) and expects to receive GBP1.72m (EUR1.90m) in the near future in respect of intercompany loan balances due from the wholesale division to other Animalcare group companies.
If you have credit cards with small balances due, then clear them off at the earliest or transfer it to another existing card.
So far, the reported total of cash on hand and deposits with the CBO, balances due from banks and securities declined to 28 per cent of total assets as of May 2016, from 30 per cent as of May 2015.
This primarily reflected higher loan balances due to a continuing strategy of shifting the company's asset mix toward loans from investment securities, a reduction in cost of funds largely due to disciplined deposit pricing, rising noninterest-bearing demand deposit balances, and lower borrowings.
Clients should also know that penalty and interest apply to any balances due in excess of 10% of the total tax shown on the tax return.
* waiving late fees for credit card and other loan balances due to interruption of mail and, or billing statements or the customer's inability to access funds
Foodservice, rebates and balances due from Sara Lee that were higher than the amounts owed to U.S.
When the Zolliecoffers decided to pay off their debts, they made a list of all their creditors and balances due. "We began paying off the ones with the smallest balances, say $1,000," says Loretta, who was earning about $30,000 annually as an executive assistant for a startup money management firm at the time.