Due Date


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Due Date

The particular day on or before which something must be done to comply with law or contractual obligation.

See: maturity
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114-41, enacted July 31, modify the due dates for several common tax returns, overrule the Supreme Court's Home Concrete decision, require that additional information be reported on mortgage information statements, and require consistent basis reporting between estates and beneficiaries.
A Sequential Exchange Approach for Minimizing Earliness-Tardiness Penalties of Single-Machine Scheduling With a Common Due Date.
Statistics show that second-born children tend to arrive with in ten days of their due date, usually early.
Customers who forget to mail their payments until just before the due date can send them through an overnight service such as Federal Express, by wire transfer, or via Western Union.
If all work centers are empty it's easy to suggest a due date.
html) The Telegraph that Middleton's due date is July 19, a departure from the originally speculated date of (http://www.
The new varied due date feature represents one more step in continuing to make Canvas the flexible teaching platform for K-12 and post-secondary education.
And so it's clear the posted date is today's date, and not some other due date, use a little Excel trick to combine both the current date and a brief text description, such as "Today is.
And ask if you can expect their payment by the invoice due date.
17, 2001 due date may request an additional extension of time by filing the appropriate form NYC-6, NYC-6.
It doesn't matter if you make partial payments before the due date.
7 million property tax bills with a due date of April 1 are being mailed to Cook County owners of homes, businesses and land, the first time they have had 60 days to pay a tax installment, Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas said today.