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payment in advance

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However, a prepayment meter customer buying gas and electricity from the Co-op is shelling out PS1356 a year - PS413 more.
Ramsay Dunning, of Co-op Energy, said: "We do not actively seek to attract prepayment meter customers.
She said: "For too long, prepayment meter customers have been ripped-off by the big energy companies.
Prepayment penalties--paid by borrowers who refinance their mortgages within a few years after origination--are under close scrutiny.
6603, a prepayment made as a deposit was referred to as a deposit in the nature of a cash bond.
Prepayment privilege: The right given a borrower to pay oil or port of o debt prior to its maturity.
Energywatch Wales today revealed many consumers with prepayment meters can pay pounds 100 more for their energy than those paying quarterly or by direct debit.
Before we dive into the prepayment option, here are the three most common education saving strategies:
In calling for an end to the prepayment penalties for hurricane victims, ACORN pointed out that other lenders and service providers have routinely waved prepayment penalties for homeowners who are paying off the mortgages of their damaged homes through insurance settlements or other means.
The submission, requesting exception to the $2,500 maximum for statistical sampling in voucher prepayment examination, does not justify the projected savings of approximately $4.
Many consumers aren't familiar with prepayment clauses.
0 of its Neural-Net Prepayment Model(TM) (NNPM), improving the predictive power of the first ever mortgage prepayment model constructed with loan-level data and designed exclusively for portfolio management applications.
If prepayment is required - or if you'd rather pay than have the costs deducted from your estate or billed to your survivors - the following three options are available:
It was not certain, at the time of the prepayments, that prepayment would not endanger the $15 million charitable gift-tax deduction.
Another example is a traditional home mortgate loan analyzed from the borrower's perspective as a compound instrument made of a series of unconditional payables and a call option held (the prepayment option).