payee

Payee vs Debitor - What's the difference?

payee | debitor |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun debitor is

a debtor.

Payee vs Infrastructure - What's the difference?

payee | infrastructure |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun infrastructure is

an underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system.

Obligee vs Payee - What's the difference?

obligee | payee |


As a noun obligee

is (legal|finance) the party owed an obligation by another party, the obligor.

As a verb payee is

.

Payee vs Payout - What's the difference?

payee | payout |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun payout is

an amount of money paid out.

Bearer vs Payee - What's the difference?

bearer | payee |


As a noun bearer

is one who, or that which, bears, sustains, or carries.

As a verb payee is

.

Payee vs Recipient - What's the difference?

payee | recipient |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun recipient is

container, vessel, recipient.

Biller vs Payee - What's the difference?

biller | payee |


As a noun biller

is (business) an issuer of a.

As a verb payee is

.

Payee vs Creditor - What's the difference?

payee | creditor |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun creditor is

(finance) a person to whom a debt is owed.

Payee vs Employee - What's the difference?

payee | employee |


As verbs the difference between payee and employee

is that payee is while employee is .

Payee vs Beneficiary - What's the difference?

payee | beneficiary |


As a verb payee

is .

As a noun beneficiary is

one who benefits or receives an advantage.

As an adjective beneficiary is

holding some office or valuable possession, in subordination to another; holding under a feudal or other superior; having a dependent and secondary possession.

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