cash limits

cash limits

a means of controlling public sector spending by setting maximum expenditure totals for government departments or nationalized industries, deliberately making no allowance for inflation. See GOVERNMENT ( PUBLIC) EXPENDITURE.
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Lack of cash limits the life chances open to an individual; poor pay strips people not just of spending power but of the freedom to make choices.
PENSIONERS and dole recipients were yesterday urged to cancel their accounts after Bank of Ireland put cash limits on counter withdrawals.
There will also be enhancement of cash limits for treatment -- BHANU PRATAP SHARMA, Health Secretary ' ' Pratap Sharma, Health Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, said that the new scheme would have more benefits and beneficiaries.
Ramez also denied any cash limits in selling dollars to banks, noting that there is only a limit in withdrawing cash, which is $10,000 per day.
A number of LGUs exceeded the cash limits in paying cash advances for pork barrel projects, it said.
When you're giving a third party, the outsourced entity, the ability to access credit limits or cash limits of the consumers you're managing the finances for, you're giving up control that is your fundamental responsibility.
It seems there are no cash limits where Snoop's concerned.
So, from April 1, PCTs will manage the financing of GOS services within their overall resource and cash limits, though GOS will represent a relatively small addition, typically less than 1%, to a PCT's total budget responsibility.
Highest number of Hospitalisation Days and Daily Cash limits
Initially banks were self governing; over time government regulation intervened and states developed international treaties to set cash limits and more.
There are cash limits on withdrawals, but all banks have cash limits on a withdrawal.