Vault cash(redirected from Vault Money)
Cash kept on hand in a depository institution's vault to meet day-to-day business needs, such as cashing checks for customers; can be counted as a portion of the institution's required reserves.
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Capital kept at a bank or other financial institution to cover day-to-day expenses such as cash withdrawals. It is called vault cash because the bulk of it is traditionally kept in a heavily-guarded vault.
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