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debit (something) against (someone or something)

To spend money from one's or a particular account. You can just debit any travel expenses against the corporate account.
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debit (something) to (someone or something)

To spend money from one's or a particular account. You can just debit any travel expenses to the corporate account.
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debit (something) with (something)

To spend money from a particular account. You can just debit the corporate account with any travel expenses.
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debit something against someone or something

to record a charge for something against someone's account or against a particular category of an account. I will have to debit this against your account. The clerk debited the charge against you.
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debit something to someone or something

to make a charge for something to someone or something. To whose account can we debit this charge? Let's debit it to Jane.
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debit something with something

to charge something for something. They debited Fred's account with the whole expense. The bank debited my checking account with the cost of the new checks.
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In the same situation, if the card is stolen and is used as a debit card to make purchases or to get cash withdrawals at an ATM from the checking account, the liability limits and error resolution provisions of Regulation E apply; Regulation Z does not apply.
In the same situation, assume the card is stolen and used both as a debit card and as a credit card; for example, the thief makes some purchases using the card as a debit card, and other purchases using the card as a credit card.
When the assets transferred to the recipient organization are nonfinancial, the resource provider debits an expense and credits an asset or payable.
The resource provider records the first three circumstances as a debit to refundable advance and a credit to an asset or payable; the recipient organization records them as a debit to an asset and a credit to refundable advance.
The taxpayer initiates an ACH Debit using his taxpayer identification number (TIN) and a four-digit personal identification number (PIN).
If the ACH Debit method is used, anyone having the entity's TIN can hack at the PIN, and, if successful, mischievously transfer funds on its behalf.