Immediate Settlement

Business / Finance / Immediate Settlement: An annuity contract paid by a single payment and with a specified payment plan the starts immediately after the contract is purchased.

Other Words for Immediate

Immediate Adjective Synonyms: instantaneous, instant, abrupt, sudden, swift, spontaneous, instinctive, triggered, unhesitating, unthinking, automatic, reflex, knee-jerk
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Other Words for Settlement

Settlement Noun Synonyms: payment, defrayal, discharge, liquidation, satisfaction, settling, quittance, clearing, clearance
Settlement Verb Synonyms: colony, outpost, post, camp, community, encampment, village, hamlet
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Settlement Agent

Business / Loan / Settlement Agent: The person who organizes and is in charge of the loan closing. The settlement agent is the person who can explain any document the borrower must sign. MORE

Settlement Date

Business / Finance / Settlement Date: The date on which payment is made to settle a trade. For stocks traded on U.S. exchanges, settlement is currently three business days after the trade. For mutual funds, settlement usually occurs in th MORE

Settlement Options

Business / Finance / Settlement Options: The various possibilities open to a beneficiary under a life insurance policy as to how the benefit will be paid out. MORE

Settlement

Business / Construction / Settlement: Shifts in a structure, usually caused by freeze-thaw cycles underground. MORE

Same-Day Funds Settlement (SDFS)

Business / Finance / Same-Day Funds Settlement (SDFS): A method of settlement used in trading between well-collateralized parties in good-the-same-day federal funds used by the Depository Trust Company for transactions in U.S. government securities, short MORE

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)

Business / Real Estate / Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA): A federal law, enacted in 1974 and later revised, that ensures that the buyer and seller in a real estate transaction have knowledge of all settlement costs when the purchase of a one-to-four-family r MORE

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