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pay

v. to deliver money owed.

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Once you've paid off the non-revolving credit, that account will be closed.
The two were sent to the BAPHIQ on Monday morning and eventually paid off the fine to prevent deportation.
These loans can be used to pay off the existing mortgage, but no payments are required and the reverse mortgage doesn't have to be paid off until the owner sells, moves out or dies.
Finnish investment company Panostaja Oyj (HEL:PNA1V) announced on Wednesday that it has paid off all of the parent company's interest-bearing liabilities in the amount of EUR22.3m and signed an agreement on a new EUR15.0m corporate acquisition limit.
Get a deal with daily interest calculation If the interest on your mortgage is calculated annually, you could still be paying interest on the parts of the loan you have paid off for almost a year after you have repaid it.
However, any such initiative may simply give struggling borrowers the same opportunities as those who have paid off their debt: the opportunity to pursue their other financial goals and set up for their future.
If you say to yourself, "I'll wait to start saving until my debts are completely paid off," you run the risk that you'll never get to that point, because your good intentions about paying off your debt may falter at some point.
More than BGN 2 B of the guaranteed deposits in the Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), which is undergoing an insolvency court procedure, have already been paid off, reports the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF).
Cox posted on his blog that he was inspired to pay off the lunch accounts when a friend informed him that she had paid off 12 accounts at her daughter's school.
My wife and I co-signed, and the debt was paid off in 2000.
Russia has paid off a $2 billion Soviet-era debt to Serbia and Slovakia, the Russian Finance Ministry said Tuesday.