Due Bill

Business / Finance / Due Bill: A closed-end fund consisting of two classes of shares. The two classes are preferred shares, on which shareholders receive all the dividends and interest from the portfolio, and common shares, on which shareholders receive all the capital gains.

Other Words for Bill

Bill Noun Synonyms: invoice, account, tally, reckoning, tabulation, (restaurant) check, tab
Bill Verb Synonyms: invoice, charge
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Other Words for Due

Due Noun Synonyms: payable, owed, owing, unpaid, outstanding, in arrears
Due Adjective Synonyms: fitting, right, rightful, correct, proper, appropriate, apropos, apposite, suitable, apt, meet, deserved, (well-)earned, merited, just, justified
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Memo Billing (Memo Invoicing)

Business / Accounting / Memo Billing (Memo Invoicing): Goods ordered and invoiced on approval. There is no obligation to buy. MORE

Invoice Billing

Business / Finance / Invoice Billing: Billing system in which invoices are sent off at the time of customer orders and are all separate bills to be paid. MORE

No Balance Billing Provision

Health / Health Insurance / No Balance Billing Provision: A provider contract clause which states that the provider agrees to accept the amount the plan pays for medical services as payment in full and not to bill plan members for additional amounts (except MORE

Parts Per Billion (PPB)

Business / Real Estate / Parts Per Billion (PPB): Units commonly used to express contamination ratios, as in establishing the maximum permissible amount of a contaminant in water, land, or air. These ratios can also be expressed in parts per million MORE

Patient Bill Of Rights

Health / Health Insurance / Patient Bill Of Rights: Refers to the Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, a report prepared by the President's Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry in an effort to ensu MORE

Holder In Due Course

Business / Real Estate / Holder In Due Course: The holder of a negotiable instrument (check or note) purchased for value when the instrument appears complete and regular on its face, is taken before its due date and without notice of previous dish MORE

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