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Petty Cash

Cash that a company keeps available for small transactions with customers. For example, a mom and pop hardware store may keep petty cash to make change if a customer pays $20 in cash for a drill that costs $18.06. Most retail companies keep petty cash.

petty cash

small sums of money held by a person or business to pay for small items of expenditure.
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As state police and the state auditor general investigate use and alleged misuse of the petty cash fund, the Michigan House considers creation of Democratic and Republican budget staffs or possible formation of a new fiscal agency, designed to reduce costs and prevent the alleged abuses currently under investigation.
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A Freedom of Information request revealed Plaid Cymru's Caernarfon MP Hywel Williams, Mark Williams, Lib Dem Ceredigion, and Labour's Vale of Clwyd MP Chris Ruane, were among the 60 MPs using the petty cash payments system.
Chick faulted the district's previous audits for not focusing on improving education - specifically instruction and learning - and noted that nearly three-quarters of the reports had dealt with administrative issues such as petty cash, budget analysis and contract reviews.
Petty cash was stolen from Wolston Library, on the Manor estate, Wolston, and Binley Woods library, in Monks Road, Binley Woods.
A former Midland council leader said last night his career lay in tatters after he was convicted of fiddling petty cash.