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  2. Add, edit, or delete a payment method for AOL services

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    Never worry about your AOL services or subscriptions going past due because your financial info changed. Add, edit, or delete the payment method used for AOL products and service right from your My...

  3. Russia pitches into first major external bond default in century

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    The payments in question are $100 million in interest on two bonds, one denominated in U.S. dollars and another in euros, Russia was due to pay on May 27. The payments had a grace period of 30 ...

  4. Balance of payments - Wikipedia

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    In international economics, the balance of payments (also known as balance of international payments and abbreviated BOP or BoP) of a country is the difference between all money flowing into the country in a particular period of time (e.g., a quarter or a year) and the outflow of money to the rest of the world.

  5. Facilitating payment - Wikipedia

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    A facilitating payment, facilitation payment, or grease payment is an unlawful, or at least questionable, payment to foreign officials which is not considered to be bribery according to the legislation of some states as well as in international anti-bribery conventions. Contents 1 Dangers 2 Business ethics 3 OECD definition 4 By country

  6. Finances of the British royal family - Wikipedia

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    The British government supports the monarch and some of her family financially [1] by means of the Sovereign Grant, which is intended to meet the costs of the sovereign's official expenditures. [2] This includes the costs of the upkeep of the various royal residences, staffing, travel and state visits, public engagements, and official ...

  7. Micropayment - Wikipedia

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    A micropayment is a financial transaction involving a very small sum of money and usually one that occurs online. A number of micropayment systems were proposed and developed in the mid-to-late 1990s, all of which were ultimately unsuccessful. A second generation of micropayment systems emerged in the 2010s.

  8. Microsoft Pay - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Pay (previously Microsoft Wallet) was a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Microsoft that allowed users make payments and store loyalty cards on certain mobile devices, as well on PCs using the Microsoft Edge browser.