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The amount you have not paid in respect of scheduled repayments for a debt owed (i.e. past the due date). This is different from the balance owing
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n. money not paid when due, usually the sum of a series of unpaid...
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Interest or dividend payments that were not paid when due but are still owed to shareholders.
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Arrears are amounts of principal and/or interest due but not paid as of the reporting date.
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"balance due," early 15c., plural noun from Middle English arrere (adv.) "in or to the rear; in the past; at a disadvantage" (c. 1300), from Anglo-French arrere, Old French ariere [..]
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Money that a party fails to pay when due. Often the sum of multiple unpaid amounts, such as rent, installments on an account or promissory note, or monthly child support. A person who has failed to ma [..]
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the state of being behind in payments; "an account in arrears" an unpaid overdue debt Arrears (also sometimes known as rearage) is a legal term for the part of a debt that is [..]
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A term meaning behind, such as dividends in arrears, or something occurring at the end of a period, such as the recurring payment in an annuity in arrears.
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Definition The unpaid portion of a serial bond at maturity.
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Arrears simply means ‘behind’.  Monthly car finance payments are usually taken ‘in arrears’, so your first payment is usually taken a month after you take delivery of the car rather than up front. If [..]
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This is the amount of money that is still owed and has not been paid when it was due. For example if you have a monthly payment on a loan of £50 and you miss a payment one month, your account will be [..]
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the past due amount owing
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(n) the state of being behind in payments(n) an unpaid overdue debt
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Generally speaking, debt-service payments not made by the due date. In the specific field of export credits, arrears are overdue payments by borrowers, which have not yet resulted in claims against th [..]
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Child support obligations that are owed and unpaid are said to be in arrears. Past-due child support obligations do not affect eligibility for federal or college student aid.
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If your account is ‘in arrears’, it means you are behind your payment schedule and will have to pay extra to get back to the agreed plan.
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Your loan is in arrears when you have missed one or more scheduled loan payments. If you do not make any payments on your Canada Student Loan for 270 consecutive days, you are considered to be in default.
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In family law, arrears refers to spousal and/or child support that has not been paid (the payor - the person paying maintenance - has fallen behind in making his or her support payments).
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means the unpaid (outstanding) amount that you owe your credit provider.
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Are dividend or interest payments, accrued since the last payment, which are still owed but that have not been paid yet.
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A customer is in arrears when they are behind in fulfilling their obligations with the result that an outstanding loan is unpaid or overdue. Such a customer is also said to be in a state of delinquency and the entire outstanding balance is delinquent.
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Arrears, in both common and general economic parlance, are overdue payments of any sort. The comparative economics literature has focused on the large-scale ...
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Payment that is overdue or made after the date when it fell due.
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A debt owing after the time for payment.
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n. money not paid when due, usually the sum of a series of unpaid amounts, such as rent, installments on an account or promissory note, or monthly child support. Sometimes these are called "arrea [..]
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Amount of financial penalty that is overdue.
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If you go into arrears it means you have 'defaulted' at least once on your mortgage repayments, ie you have missed a month's payment. Contact your lender as soon as possible if you think you may go into arrears.Base rateA rate of interest set by the Bank of England, which tracker mortgages
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Overdue debt or payment occurring at the end of a period.
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The amount you have not paid in respect of scheduled repayments for a debt owed (i.e. past the due date). This is different from the balance owing.
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Hopefully this wont ever be relevant to you! If you are in arrears it means that money you owe should have been paid back earlier, i.e. you have missed a scheduled repayment. 
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The value of interest and principal payments owed but not paid on a delinquent loan (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 219).
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An overdue amount yet to be paid.
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The status of a policy on which the premiums are overdue and unpaid but are still considered collectible.
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A term used when you have not paid invoices/made payments on debts and has built up and needs to be paid, if you do not pay the debt holder may take action to claim the money back.
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Arrears are debt repayments that have not been made on time. Once a debt has become overdue, legal action can be taken against you or your company to recover the money that is owed.
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Money that is owed and should have been paid earlier.
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Arrears (or arrearage) is a legal term for the part of a debt that is overdue after missing one or more required payments. The amount of the arrears is the amount accrued from the date on which the fi [..]
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