end money

end money

An amount of money held in reserve in case project costs exceed estimates in a development.Called over-and-above money in FHA rental housing projects.

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That evening Razumihin and she agreed what answers they must make to her mother's questions about Raskolnikov and made up a complete story for her mother's benefit of his having to go away to a distant part of Russia on a business commission, which would bring him in the end money and reputation.
He said he did not know why she refused the inmate jail phone system, other than to speculate that she might have been trying to save the person on the other end money.
Global Banking News-April 17, 2014--Barclays agrees to deal to end money transfers to Somalia
The Government said the guarantee was vital to end money market uncertainty which had threatened to drive up interest rates.
In this context the decision by Barclay's Bank to end money transfers to the country is no less than a 'catastrophe', she said.
SNP Enterprise Minister Fergus Ewing, the man in charge of debt policy in Scotland, said the supplement was packed with easy-to-follow advice that could end money worries.
But in the end money talked and the reason he switched his allegiance to St Andrew's was simple - they offered him five grand a week more.
The chairman is adamant he doesn't want to sell him and that's great for us, but if at the end money turns your head and he did go, then obviously we'd have to get on with it," he added.
But it's still on death row and in the end money will talk - or bellow.
To that end Money, who has already brought in strikers Tony Bedeau and Martin Butler, is expecting to strengthen the squad further over the coming weeks.
In the end money spent on preventing homelessness might go some way to addressing the staggering cost in terms of healthcare that the problem causes, after all it is estimated that it costs the NHS in Wales pounds 50m a year.