Repayment

  • (noun): Payment of a debt or obligation.
    Synonyms: quittance
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on repayment:

Subprime Lending - Defining Subprime Risk
... to pay living expenses + interest + repayment), a history of late or sometimes missed payments (morose debt) so that the loan period had to be extended, failures to pay debts completely (default debt ... the size of the proposed loan, and also take into account the way the loan and the repayment plan is structured, if it is a conventional repayment loan, a mortgage loan, an ...
PLUS Loan - Differences From Stafford and Perkins Loans
... For Direct PLUS Loans first disbursed before July 1, 2008, the repayment period for a Direct PLUS Loan begins at the time the PLUS loan is fully disbursed, and the first payment ... However, you may defer repayment while you are enrolled at least half-time ... The repayment schedule for Direct PLUS Loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2008 is the same as the schedule for Stafford loans ...
California Proposition 91 (2008) - Proposal
... Governor issues a proclamation, a special statute is enacted by a 2/3 vote of the Legislature, repayment occurs within three years, and certain other ... The proposition also requires repayment by June 30, 2017 of such vehicle fuel taxes retained in General Fund from July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2008 ... Currently, repayment is generally required by June 30, 2016 ...

More definitions of "repayment":

  • (noun): The act of returning money received previously.
    Synonyms: refund

Famous quotes containing the word repayment:

    A man’s indebtedness ... is not virtue; his repayment is. Virtue begins when he dedicates himself actively to the job of gratitude.
    Ruth Benedict (1887–1948)

    Parents vary in their sense of what would be suitable repayment for creating, sustaining, and tolerating you all those years, and what circumstances would be drastic enough for presenting the voucher. Obviously there is no repayment that would be sufficient . . . but the effort to call in the debt of life is too outrageous to be treated as anything other than a joke.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)