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I think the phrase is neither a borrower nor a lender be. THE REAL ANSWER IS AN BORROWER..... MS.MARI OVER N OUT
Anyone can put money in a parking meter for someone else, but this activity, called re-metering, is illegal in some cities. An enterprising type of individual arose some… years back and made a business of sorts by feeding the meters of people whose time had expired, or nearly so. This person would then leave a self-addressed envelope on the vehicle asking for compensation which, obviously, was voluntary. The individual who was (possibly or probably) saved from getting a parking ticket might be inclined to put a few bucks in the envelope and post it. That, after all, was a return of the favor, and cheaper (by far) than having to pay a parking citation. City fathers in some of the urban areas where this was happening decided that this activity, re-metering, was costing the city because it cut into the revenues generated by issuing parking citations. Local ordinances sprang up here and there as other cities joined the move to protect the income being generated by parking enforcement activities.
The holder of an account takes responsibility for the outcome of any check deposited into their account. Thus, the bank may require that the person who owns the account also s…ign the check (and even be present during the deposit) to verify authorization for the deposit. Even though money orders are supposed to be verified funds, the bank cannot risk that the account holder will claim the deposit wad unauthorized if they are charged if the check us returned.
This can only be done by the other party setting up a direct debit mandate specifying you as the beneficiary.
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You, uh, write them a check or, if it's savings, you buy a money order or cashier's check that you pay for with a withdrawal slip from your savings account plus, probabl…y, a small fee.
Someone who makes money can be called an employee, an entreprenaur, a business owner, successful, etc.
There are several scenarios which could cover this activity and the question must be worded more specifically. As the questiofn is worded it could cover many possibilities ran…ging from; borrowed money to stolen money and could include such offenses as - embezlement - theft - fraud - larceny after trust - etc - etc -etc.
Without their permission: theft, and possibly fraud (if using debit/credit cards etc.) With permission: lots of fun.
rent paid for the use of money is called what?
Does a significant increase in accounts payable indicate slow paying of bills or use of someone else's money?
It could indicate that the company is taking longer to pay its bills: this could be a strategic management decision (e.g. Disney decided a few years ago that it would only pay… vendors after 60 days, no exceptions), or it could be an early sign of cash flow problems. It could also be that they are purchasing more than usual. Or it could indicate that they have misclassified a loan or other credit entry as an account payable. Whether it indicates use of someone else's money: I'm not certain what you're asking with this. A company that simply delays payment to vendors is "using" their vendors' liquidity to fund the company's operations. A company that runs up credit card payables is "using" the credit card issuer's money. A company that borrows money from third parties is "using" someone else's money. Do you know whether purchases have increased at the same rate as the accounts payable balance? What about sales? Increases in sales will usually generate increases in purchases and accounts payable. There are simple ratios you can run to test whether the increases are reasonably linked to sales or purchases.
Money that is paid for the use of money is called interest. When you keep your money in a bank savings account, the bank credits your account with interest.