advance (something) to (one)

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advance (something) to (one)

To pay one ahead of schedule. Maria's boss advanced next week's paycheck to her so that she could pay her car repair bill.
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advance something to someone or something (against something)

to make an early payment of a sum of money promised or owed to a person or organization. We advanced the money to Tom against his next month's salary.
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advance to(ward) someone or something

to move forward in the direction of someone or something. The line of people slowly advanced to the door of the theater.
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From 1987 to 2000 the shareholders made cash advances to the corporation in amounts ranging from $634,000 to $1.7 million that it reported as liabilities on its balance sheet.
This case emphasizes that shareholder advances to a closely held corporation will be treated as loans if the characteristics of the agreement are similar to those for loans made to the corporation by an unrelated party (For background information on the lack of guidance regarding debt vs.
(a) Advances to and discounts for a depository institution.
Emergency credit will be extended at a rate above the highest rate in effect for advances to depository institutions.
A Federal Reserve Bank may make or have outstanding advances to or discounts for a depository institution that it knows to be an undercapitalized insured depository institution, only:
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(For the facts of Indmar, see "Cash Advances to a Corporation: Loan or Capital Contribution?" page 73.) It applied the 11-factor test set forth in Roth Steel Tube Co., 800 F2d 625 (6th Cir.
Commissioner, which held that advances to an S corporation which were separate, closed transactions must be accounted for separately.
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