verb (used with object)
or arrange to
beforehand or before due:
to prepay the loan.
) to pay for in advance
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It was possible to prepay postage, but mostly it was the recipient's responsibility to pay the fees.
Set a price before you embark and prepay, if possible.
If you prepay for checked bags online, don't expect a discount.
Customers without billing accounts must prepay base search and base expedited fees.
Apartments to prepay its mortgage and terminate the low income use restrictions on the property.
As a result, when you prepay, the total amount you must pay will equal the principal plus the earned interest and other charges.
If you decide to prepay your ticket, you will not have to appear on your court date.
In addition to preplanning, many people choose to prepay their funeral expenses.
Employers prepay for these services through federal unemployment taxes.
They may prepay their loans only under certain conditions.
If you prepay interest, you must allocate the interest over the tax years to which it applies.