Temporary investment

Temporary investment

A short-term investment, such as a money market fund, Treasury bills, or short-term CD, which is usually held a year or less.

Temporary Investment

An investment in short-term, low-risk securities such as Treasury bills, money markets and so forth. A temporary investment aims to protect the funds invested in it while also providing a (low) return.
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This temporary investment might well prove to be a sound investment and balance this budget and mitigate the coalition cuts on this important service.
unemployment costs outweigh a temporary investment, that would see the Government get more than its money back.
Portions of the law relate to tax relief, renewable energy incentives, temporary investment incentives for businesses, economic recovery tools, improved marketability for tax-exempt bonds, and tax provisions related to health coverage improvements.
856(c)(3), a REIT must also derive at least 75% of its gross income from certain real estate sources, including rents from real property and "qualified temporary investment income.
At least 75% of the income must be derived from real estate transactions, gains on other REIT shares, real property tax refunds, gains from foreclosed property, rent from real property, interest on mortgages, gains from the sale or disposition of most real property or real property interests and qualified temporary investment interest.
For companies that fit the bill, the high price of factoring can be a temporary investment worth making.
Studies show that had we included temporary investment incentives in the 2009 Recovery Act, it would have injected $565 billion into our economy in repatriated earnings[1], created an additional 2.
He said temporary investment support through the Annual Investment Allowance should be raised from pounds 50,000 to pounds 250,000 for a period of 18 months, while a 50% first year capital allowance for small businesses would help prevent a retrenchment in business investment.
In addition, a manufacturing company should not be considered a financial institution merely because it receives a substantial amount of interest from temporary investment, or in connection with a large tax refund.
The overall limit on the amount of borrowing costs to be capitalized each period should be the total borrowing costs incurred, less any income earned on the temporary investment of new borrowings associated with expenditures involved in the acquisition, construction or production of specific qualifying assets.
Fitch's understanding is that the investment advisor views this as a temporary investment strategy in the face of limited supply of eligible municipal collateral given current market volatility and credit pressures.
DF Temporary Investment Fund, EB SMAM Short Term Investment Fund, EB Temporary Investment Fund, EB Daily Liquidity Money Market Fund and The Pooled Employee Daily Liquidity Fund, all of which are commingled cash funds used primarily for overnight custody cash sweeps;

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