What was the conclusion of the 1935 Nye commission report on US entry into World War 1?
The Nye Committee lasted from 1934 to 1936. Its conclusion was that the US entered World War 1 based on the interests of banking groups, munitions factories, shipbuilding companies, and others within the war industry. It specifically noted that US banks lent about 10 times more money to the UK than to Germany, and therefore they had an interest in British victory in order to collect on their loans.
What will be the journal entry if you received net commission after deducting prev month gross commission?
Can a bankruptcy entry on a credit report be removed when the bankruptcy was discharged in 1999 and it is listed on the credit report as 2006?
Yes, they do. i recently checked my credit report and there was a fee i had disputed that my insurance was supposed to cover. even though it was paid, it was still a ding on my credit. i was able to contest the entry and get it removed. Also, once you contest an entry on your credit report, the company who reported you has 30 days to respond. If they dont respond within the 30…
How do you get a creditor removed from your credit report that was listed in the bankruptcy two years ago?
Journal Entry - LC & Imports!! You will have to pay LC Margin to Bank. At that time you will have pass this entry! LC margin with the Bank - (Advances) - Debit - XXX Bank - Credit - XXX When LC is realized! Bank is going to charge you Commission. Other part is payment against the imports, which is going to be normal entry. If we club both entries, here it is given LC…
If the SOL is 10 years in South Carolina can you still have a judgment removed from your credit report after seven years?
The SOL for filing a lawsuit to recover monies owed has no correlation with the time limit for a negative entry on the consumer's credit report. Judgments may or may not be subject to expungement from credit reports after the 7 years from date of entry has passed. Most judgments are renewable and can remain on a credit report for an indefinite period of time.
Yes they do, Chase uses chexsystems and EWS. They also run a credit report. But if your credit report is good and you only have one entry in Chexs they might override your EWS report. Alot of banks that run your credit, to see if you are responsible and alot of times it will override your negative chexs or EWS report. This is the case with BAnk Of America also