Application of Funds

Application of Funds

Any of six results of spending money. Spending money can result in a loss, an increase in current assets (other than cash), an increase in non-current assets, a decrease in current liabilities, a decrease in non-current liabilities, or a decrease in shareholders' equity.
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The city regions take advantage of the next round of EU funding to ensure the strategic application of funds in one part of a city region delivers benefits for other parts.
The cash-T compares the taxpayer's sources of funds to the application of funds identified on the return.
The cash expenditures or source and application of funds technique {Appendix A, Table 3, page 541) is an indirect method of proving the existence of underreported taxable income.
Actual results, including, without limitation, actual sales results, if any, the application of funds, or the timing for completion and results of scheduled or additional clinical trials and FDA review of the Company's formulations and products, may differ from those set forth in the forward-looking statements.
Important considerations in Fitch's review will include the likelihood for continued use of the DSRF and whether the application of funds under the MTI and MSTI actually provide credit enhancement to the senior lien.
The trust generally provides for crosscollateralization through the application of funds received on one Pool to fund shortfalls in available funds on the other Pool.
Effective with the first revenues of any kind that are earned by PDCI, application of funds received will be directed to the company.

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