adjective Date: 1840 of or relating to a system or policy of paying bills when due or of paying for goods and services when purchased

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  • Pay as you go — may refer to: PAUG A structured financial product *A general term for the concept of a prepaid mobile phone. *Pay as you go tax, a system for businesses and individuals to pay installments of their expected tax liability. *PAYGO, a system where… …   Wikipedia

  • pay-as-you-go — /pay euhz yoo goh /, n. 1. the principle or practice of paying for goods and services at the time of purchase, rather than relying on credit. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or based on such a principle or practice: a pay as you go budget. [1830 40,… …   Universalium

  • Pay as you go — (PAYG) bezeichnet im Allgemeinen das Prinzip von vertragsungebundenen Dienstleistungen, die nur bei Bedarf abgerufen und bezahlt werden, insbesondere bei Telekommunikationsdiensten. Bei Mobiltelefonen wird dies auch als Prepaid Phone bezeichnet.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pay as you go — United Kingdom A basis for distribution of assets in an insolvency where creditors have agreed that assets shall be applied to satisfy claims in the order in which they mature. This contrasts with the usual pari passu basis for distribution. For… …   Law dictionary

  • pay-as-you-go — noun a) A financial policy by which capital projects are financed from current revenue in the operating budget rather than through borrowing. b) a payment method where credit is purchased in advance, used in small amounts and topped up when… …   Wiktionary

  • Pay-As-You-Go — Das Umlageverfahren ist eine Methode zur Finanzierung von Sozialversicherungen, speziell der Altersvorsorge, aber auch von Krankenversicherung und Arbeitslosenversicherung. Die eingezahlten Beiträge werden unmittelbar für die Finanzierung der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pay-as-you-go tax — Pay as you go (PAYG) is a system for businesses and individuals to pay installments of their expected tax liability on their income from employment, business, or investment for the current income year. When used as an adjective, it is often… …   Wikipedia

  • Oyster card (pay as you go) on National Rail — The acceptance of Oyster Card (pay as you go) on National Rail in London, England had been limited to a restricted number of National Rail services[1] since the introduction of the stored value product on London Underground in January 2004.[2] In …   Wikipedia

  • Pay As You Exit — Infobox Film name = Pay As You Exit image size = caption = director = Gordon Douglas producer = Hal Roach writer = narrator = starring = music = Leroy Shield Marvin Hatley cinematography = Walter Lundin editing = William H. Ziegler distributor =… …   Wikipedia

  • pay as one goes — {v. phr.} To pay cash; to pay at once; to avoid charging anything bought; to avoid debt entirely by paying cash. Usually used with you . * /It is best to pay as you go; then you will not have to worry about paying debts later./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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