A SHORT agenda—and a large cheque.
I've applied, but I've not received any money or my $1,200 stimulus cheque yet.
Send cheque or postal orders to Grub Street, The Basement, 10 Chivalry Road, London SW11 1HT
Money is typically sent in small amounts of under $300 (£192), usually every four to six weeks, consistent with a pay cheque.
'Mum life' is unpredictable, and I don't want this unpredictability to cost me a pay cheque," she writes in her diary.
A laundered cheque led the reporters to a slush fund used to fund illicit campaign activities, and thus to Nixon himself.
While there can be no blank cheque, cutting the project back would put development and investment plans across the country at risk.”
This month, make sure you get the most of your pay cheque by scoring payday deals, seasonal sales and limited-time exclusive discount codes.
At Virginia Theological Seminary - a school that did not admit black students until 1951 - the plan involves more than just writing a cheque.
FOR China’s leaders it is as if, having signed a postdated cheque in their country’s favour, Western countries are threatening not to honour it.
Some customers may not be able to comply and may be forced into using less formal and more costly intermediaries such as cheque-cashing services.
American Express, an American credit-card and travellers-cheque firm, gave a warning that profits for the second quarter would be down by around 76%.
But now that the harvest is over, he's scraping by on a monthly $900 disability cheque - even though the one of the stated goals of the Proud Boys is to end all welfare.
We are just giving money away, we write the cheque.. and yes we do think about let's protect children against disease but it is nothing to do with chips and that type of stuff.
He insisted some charities had told the press they had received less than announced or nothing at all because they either did not like speaking to the press or wanted to “keep it quiet”, and journalists should have asked these groups to see the "certified cheque".
The survey also found that one in every five American households is “underbanked”, meaning that they have a bank account but also rely on alternative services—typically, high-cost products such as payday loans, cheque-cashing services, non-bank money orders or pawn shops.
Mike Thompson, head of apprentices at Barclays described how the figures released show quantifiably, for the first time, that apprentices are getting “a hidden pay cheque,” through earning while working, that is comparable or - in some cases - higher than university graduates.
I’ve witnessed the phenomenon in countless focus groups: talk about high level tax evasion, family trust rorts and executive salary and the conversation inevitably leads to hand-wringing about dole bludgers and single mothers who apparently breed to maximise their welfare cheque.
David Finch, chief analyst at the Resolution Foundation, said: “From starting school and seeing the deductions in your first pay cheque to collecting your pension, people’s experience of the welfare state goes through several phases during their lives, with the NHS with them throughout.”
Shami Chakrabati, the director of Liberty, and Heather Brooke, the journalist who exposed the MPs’ expenses scandal, believe the bill - drawn up largely to combat terrorism - will give the state “a blank cheque” to spy on citizens and also presents a very real threat to investigative journalism.
- withdraw money by writing a check
- a written order directing a bank to pay money
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