maturity date

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Noun1.maturity date - the date on which an obligation must be repaidmaturity date - the date on which an obligation must be repaid
date, day of the month - the specified day of the month; "what is the date today?"
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The share of original issue discount allocable to the taxpayer is the amount that bears the same ratio to the total discount as the number of days he held the obligation bears to the number of days after the issue date up to and including the date of maturity of the obligation.
Dubai Holding, a diversified corporation owned by Dubai's Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, said it repaid a $250 million loan to BNP Paribus on its date of maturity.
"When final bonus rates change there is an immediate change in the value of a member's policy and it is unfortunate for you that there was a bonus change between the date of our original quotation and date of maturity.
Agricultural engineer and ASABE member Bill Stout and horticulturist Stan Ries at Michigan State University explains: "For many years, mechanical harvesting of tomatoes was considered impossible because of the wide variation in the date of maturity of fruit on the plant and the random location of ripe fruit.
'Additionally, those who have maturing Tessas have just six months from the date of maturity to retain the tax-exempt status of the product by moving the capital element into a Tessa-only ISA (TOISA).
The date of maturity (95% of pods with mature color) and the pubescence color of [F.sub.3] progeny rows were recorded.
No, you can move your money to another Tessa within six months of the date of maturity. Your building society will issue you with a maturity certificate which will be sent to the new TESSA provider.
Basis: a) Cost $500 b) Accreted tax exempt interest from purchase date to date of maturity ($1,000-$560) 440
1.1221-2(e)(3)(iii) requires the taxpayer to specify the instrument's expected amount, date of issuance, date of maturity and the interest provisions.
Amortization schedule of the mortgage and date of maturity