deferment


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the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

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act of putting off to a future time

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Small Business Administration advises small businesses affected by the Deepwater BP Oil Spill who obtain new disaster loans or have existing SBA loans may be eligible for deferments.
Forbearance can provide a temporary postponement or reduction of loan payments for borrowers who don't meet the standards for deferment but who still have difficulty making their monthly payments.
Those changes including ending the government lawyer deferment for the Practicing with Professionalism seminar.
In 2011, Italy adopted a law granting milk producers a six-month deferment of payment with regard to one of these instalments.
In most cases, the deferment option should be explored first because the federal government pays the interest on subsidized loans during deferment.
The Air Force gave the school a deferment for one year, and on Nov.
One of the most popular tax deferment vehicles are annuities offered by insurance companies.
The rate of deferment and forbearance continued to accelerate last quarter, with deferment increasing 187 basis points (bps) to a historical high of 16.
The program offers special loan products for business and consumers, as well as deferment options for Sovereign loans.
The Young Lawyers Division has fine-tuned a proposal for revamping its Practicing with Professionalism and basic skills course requirements, including partially doing away with the deferment for government lawyers.
But Hart, who sought a student deferment when the draft sought him out in the late 1950s, seems strangely ignorant of the successes of millions of Americans who had their lives squared away by the First Sergeant and their civilian careers launched by the GI Bill of Rights.
If a deferment longer than three consecutive monthly payments is needed for a loan, borrowers can work directly with their lenders who in turn will work closely with the SBA to identify the best solution.
June 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nelnet announced today that borrowers struggling to make student loan payments can now apply for a deferment or forbearance online, including the option to electronically sign the application.
Romance recounted that the Program Evaluation Committee reviewed PWP last year and made two recommendations: That the course be reduced from two days to one, and the deferment should be ended for lawyers on PWP and other required basic skills courses.