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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Even though the report focuses on an either/or scenario, choosing ETFs or mutual funds, it notes that mutual funds are regularly using ETFs as a core investment, a temporary investment for short-term cash inflows -- a practice known as "cash equitization" -- and for liquidity management purposes.
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.
The top ratings are unlikely to change over the next year or two as implied by the "stable" outlook on expectations the province would keep its "low-to-moderate" tax-supported debt and very strong cash and temporary investment holdings, the service added.
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.
According to the Committee, the Temporary Investment Tax Credit, which was originally planned to be switched to the Job Creation Investment Tax Credit, has been extended by another year.
Recent studies of the 2002 temporary investment stimulus tended to find it a relatively ineffective stimulus measure.
While the European Central Bank has limited room for maneuver, regulatory changes and revenue-neutral shifts in the tax structure (for example, a temporary investment tax credit financed by a temporary increase in the corporate tax rate) could provide the stimulus needed to offset declining net exports.
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.
An example of such linkage is the temporary investment of working capital which might occur during a slow period.
For companies that fit the bill, the high price of factoring can be a temporary investment worth making.

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