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pay·ee

(pā-ē')
The person receiving a payment or financial reimbursement either in written form or electronically through funds transfer.
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This occurs because participating payees may, for example, report card payments on a net basis in their income tax returns while PSEs report gross payments on Forms 1099-K.
Provide an alternate payee or participant with any form of benefit or any option not otherwise provided under the plan;
A non-financial payee suffering a 30-percent FATCA charge may claim a refund, based either on belated provision of the required FATCA information, or on a valid claim for treaty relief (17)--another provision that makes sense if FATCA is viewed as a penalty rather than as a true tax.
The payee is not charged, however, if the remittance is deposited into a Mizuho Bank account or credited to their monthly DOCOMO phone bill.
This volume reports on the work of the Committee on Social Security Representative Payees, which, on behalf of Congress, conducted a survey in 2004 to determine how payments to individuals and organizational representative payees are being managed and used on behalf of beneficiaries.
If the payee is set up to accept electronic payments, your payment is automatically debited from the account you selected and deposited electronically into the payee's account, just as if you had written a check.
To prove this conclusion it is necessary to go over what was said in Argument 327, which is that what the usurer, thief, or payee gain when they negotiate with something that is not theirs, is consumable by use, and is acquired through usury, theft, or received as deposit, is acquired for themselves and they are not forced to restitute except those things they received that belonged to someone else, or other equivalent things, as well as the profit ceasing the owners could have endured because of the delay in restitution.
There's another important difference between naming a secured creditor as loss payee and adding a loss payee endorsement for business interruption coverage.
This study identified fifty-three female payees who received a total of 104 separate payments.
Write out the payee in full in heavy dark ink and fill in the blank areas with a squiggly line.
In Wisconsin, all recipients of Supplemental Security checks had a payee, and compliance was supervised by a state agency that conducted urine and blood tests, oversaw payees, and required rehabilitation.