Make-up


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Make-up

The amount of deficiency when a cash flow or capital item is deficient. For example, an interest make-up relates to the interest amount above a ceiling percentage.

Make-Up

The amount by which that a cash flow or some other capital must increase in order to break even. For example, if a margin account is in deficiency by $500, it may be said to have a $500 make-up.
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How much easier is anyone's guess, but those thinking of getting long should note that in much tougher conditions in 1995 the make-up was just 295.
She then notifies the teacher of the swap in advance so everyone is clear about who will be attending the lesson, if she cannot arrange a swap, or chooses not to even be on the swap list, she must understand that the teacher is not responsible for her choosing the party instead of the lesson and that she will not receive a make-up or a refund.