Statement balance

Statement balance,

Definition of Statement balance:

  1. Account balance shown on an account statement or bank statement.

Meaning of Statement balance & Statement balance Definition

Statement Balance,

What Does Statement Balance Mean?

  1. Balance your account to the last billing date. The balance on your last bank statement does not reflect any disputes filed since your last bank statement.

Literal Meanings of Statement Balance

Statement:

Meanings of Statement:
  1. Specific or explicit expression of something, spoken or written.

  2. A document that explains the elements of debit and credit between a bank or other organization and a customer.

  3. Representation of a theme or melody in a composition.

  4. Formally assesses that (the child) has special educational needs.

Sentences of Statement
  1. Do you agree with this observation?

  2. You have your own account with a monthly bank statement.

  3. Re-evaluation of declared children

Synonyms of Statement

recitation, assertion, bulletin, averment, disclosure, presentation, promulgation, explanation, testimony, revelation, report, asseveration, communiqué, articulation, account, expression of views/facts, declaration, communication, affirmation, divulgence, utterance

Balance:

Meanings of Balance:
  1. Equitable weight distribution that allows someone or something to stay upright and stable.

  2. A situation where different objects are equal or in exactly the same proportions.

  3. Weighing equipment, mainly with central axis, beam and two scales.

  4. Balance or strength.

  5. Overweight

  6. A number that represents the difference between credit and debit accounts, the amount of money held in the account.

  7. Keep (some) in a stable position so that you do not fall.

  8. Comparing or comparing the value of (one thing) with another.

  9. (Account) Compare charges and credits to make sure they are the same.

Sentences of Balance
  1. He lost his balance and fell

  2. Responsibility for political balance in the audiovisual sector

  3. Your opinion is that work is more important than free time.

  4. You have created a healthy balance in your savings account.

  5. The cup he balances on his knees.

  6. The costs of obtaining this information must be weighed against the benefits.

  7. The law requires the board to maintain a balance in its annual books.

Synonyms of Balance

equivalence, equipoise, compensation, assess, symmetry, weighbridge, appraise, parallelism, equal opportunity, equality, poise, equilibrium, estimate, impartiality, consider, prop, evenness, equity, counterweight, uniformity, weigh up, counterbalance, stability