Standing orders differ from levies; Both methods are methods of setting up repeated remittances from one account to another, but they work in different ways. The fundamental difference lies in the fact that the standing orders send payments arranged by the payer, while the levies are fixed and recovered by the beneficiary.  A permanent order (transferencia periédica) can be set up for most Spanish banks, which can be executed for a specified period, for a number of incidents or for an indefinite period. They can be terminated at any time at the request of the account holder. Permanent orders are available in the banking systems of a number of countries, including Germany, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, Barbados, Ireland, India, the Netherlands, Russia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Ukraine, Sri Lanka and probably many others. In the United States and other countries where cheques are more popular than bank transfers, a similar service is available, the bank automatically sends a cheque to the declared recipient. The concept of standing order can be applied to both purchasing domains and payment ranges, where the differences are: standing orders (periodieke overschrijvingen) are available for a specified period or until the cancellation of each recipient in the SEPA room. They should not be confused with periodic doorlopende samples. The risk of using standing orders is that they may be too long, so purchases can continue to be made after they are no longer needed or payments made after non-commitment. As a result, the termination dates for permanent orders must be continuously monitored.
Another concern is that one of the following types of standing orders can create an important obligation for a company, which narrowly limits the number of employees eligible to place them. A continuous order facilitates the ordering process: the time means one hour until the payment order delivered on the bank`s business day is considered received (the countdown to the turnaround time) on the same day and is executed in the number of working days of the bank indicated in the “Day” column, which is counted from the date of delivery of the payment order. The payment order delivered after the time indicated on the bank`s business day or the day that is not the bank`s business day is considered received (the countdown to running airtime) the next business day of the bank, but the funds are deducted immediately as they are executed within the number of working days of the bank indicated in the “Day” column. it is charged on the bank`s next business day (for example. B if it is shown in the “time” column and T0 day in the “day” column, a payment order delivered up to 14:00 hours on the bank`s business day is executed on the day of delivery of the payment order, while a payment order made after 2:00 p.m. or a day that is not the bank`s day, the bank`s next business day. The payment order deposited on the bank`s business day after the specified time or on a day that is not a bank`s business day, if it has not yet been sent by the bank, may be cancelled until 4:00 a.m. the next business day. The payment order deposited on the bank`s business day can be cancelled until 04:00 hours on the same bank transaction day.