Grace Period

Reuters  Oct 31  Comment 
European regulators are considering making it easier, at least temporarily, for banks to handle some EU-related business in Britain immediately after Brexit, industry sources told Reuters.
Motley Fool  Aug 22  Comment 
A credit card's grace period gives you time to carry a balance without paying interest, but only if you always pay your balance in full by the due date.
Financial Times  Jun 26  Comment 
Offer would help with migration dilemma and introduction of new British entry system
New York Times  Mar 21  Comment 
An undocumented immigrant from Colombia who was featured in a Times article about people with old deportation orders was detained on Tuesday.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 10  Comment 
A recent apex court order has reignited the debate around the 20-week limit for medical termination of pregnancy and its implications for women’s rights and mental well-being
Insurance Journal  Feb 7  Comment 
The Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) is offering a temporary grace period to those employers who have not met workers’ compensation reporting requirements in the past — allowing them to report between Feb. 1 and April 30 without...
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 23  Comment 
Industry body FIDC writes to RBI
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 16  Comment 
Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) today said it has extended the grace period for policyholders for payment of renewal premium in the wake of demonetisation move, which has led to cash crunch and long...


Grace Period refers to the period of time after a statement date when the outstanding balance on a credit card must be cleared to avoid incurring a finance charge. For most credit cards, the grace period is between 20 and 30 days, although card holders that carry an outstanding balance forward are usually given no grace period. In addition, there is generally no grace period given for balance transfers and cash advances.

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