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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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It's true that debit cards will have a direct link to your checking account and funds can be transferred immediately or within a few days.
But if the frequent flier miles on his Citibank debit card didn't add up, he wouldn't have been listening to blues in Chicago several weeks ago.
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.
That organization debits an asset and credits contribution revenue.
Any entity or individual should ask the bank to place an "ACH Debit blocker" on all accounts not to be ACH-debited.
According to the 2010 Study of Consumer Payment Preferences , millennials, defined by the study as individuals between the ages of 18 and 34, use debit more than any other group and more than any other form of payment.
The rollout of the new Cadence Bank Debit Card has been a very positive experience for us," said Debbie Innes, executive vice president of retail and treasury management services for Cadence Bank.
But the banking industry doesn't perceive prepaid debit cards as competition.
Some financial institutions began issuing "offline" debit cards more than a decade ago.
3) Which internet debit authentication solution do you use?
A lot of consumers out there don't know about the dangers of debit cards,'' said Angie Farleigh, spokeswoman for the Mar Vista-based consumer group.
This report explores the development of the Australian scheme debit card market and speculates on how the increased penetration of debit cards over the past few years has affected the EFTPOS and credit card markets.
Assesses issues and trends challenging debit card and consumer banking revenue growth, along with possible solutions.
In announcing the change, which will take effect in November, Visa went further in protecting consumers for loss or theft than MasterCard International, which last month capped consumer liability for fraudulent use of debit cards at $50, the same as for credit cards.
HOUSTON -- The 2009 Debit Issuer Study, commissioned by PULSE, identified several positive trends for financial institution debit card issuers, including sustained debit transaction growth despite the recession.