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EFT

Abbreviation for electronic funds transfer.

eft

a young newt.
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Bishay gives a similar explanation for DuServe's continuing relationship with EFT.
The allegations that the EFT has benefited illegally from the electricity purchases from NEK are politically motivated, and most likely come from competing energy interests.
In a bill-payment system, for example, if the consumer authorizes a financial institution to make monthly payments to a payee by means of EFTs, and the payments take place without further action by the consumer, the payments are preauthorized EFTs.
The current regulations allow the voluntary payment by EFT of certain nondepository taxes (e.
We should be pleased to respond to any questions you might have about the Institute's position on various EFT issues or would appreciate being informed whether the comments received from state tax administrators and other reviewers of the draft recommendations might prompt the FTA to reconsider any of it recommendations.
In the publications, it was claimed that NEK has sold excess energy to EFT - a company formed 2 months before receiving the offer of mediation.
Through the EFT Canada partnership, InterceptEFT will improve its ACH processing capabilities for transmitting Canadian funds and maintaining customer data.
In addition, under the regulations, taxpayers with no employment tax deposits in either 1995 or 1996, but with more than $50,000 in other Federal tax deposits in either 1995 or 1996, were required to use EFT to make deposits of taxes relating to return periods after 1997.
The taxes in respect of which EFT requirements have been imposed vary from State to State.
com/research/d189c4/worldwide_retail_s) has announced the addition of the "Worldwide Retail Software Directory: EFT Section" directory to their offering.
Under the contract a private company, EFT AG, was buying electricity from NEK at lower than the domestic prices, and has re-exported it to neighboring countries at significantly higher prices.