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Cash

The value of assets that can be converted into cash immediately, as reported by a company. Usually includes bank accounts and marketable securities, such as government bonds and banker's acceptances. Cash equivalents on balance sheets include securities that mature within 90 days (e.g., notes).

Cash

Physical currency printed on banknotes and coins. Cash may be exchanged for goods or services because it is legal tender in the country or region recognizing it. See also: Cash and cash equivalents.

cash

Coins and currency on hand and in checking account balances. Because cash is a nonearning asset, firms usually attempt to keep their cash balances to the minimum level required to sustain operations.

cash

see CURRENCY.

cash

see CURRENCY.
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In this particular case, those bonds are less needed than ready money and do not offer the same potential of benefits and opportunities to make a profit.
The graphics were updated and the Ready Money Round replaced by a very similar Cash Countdown.
First, because the lowest just price is a just price anyway and, certainly is so, if payment is performed against ready money.
Top 10 Catchphrase catchphrases " Say what you see" "It's good, but it's not the one" "We're taking out the bell" "It's fast and furious in the Ready Money Round" "Five seconds.
They also expect men to have a large stash of ready money to fall back on, with expectations of around pounds 24,000 in savings, while men expect their partner to have built up about pounds 15,000 in the bank.
Dealers are falling over themselves to offer discounts to punters with ready money.
I defy anyone to be other than charmed by Cash Flow, Stefan Djukic's account of how ready money fuels and affects a betting man's life.
She stressed Best's celebrity status and ready money had no power to bump him up the donor queue either.
The woman in question is no professional model, but a rather grand lady, the richest in Sutton Coldfield, in fact, and way above the sculptor in social standing and ready money.
If you don't want to sell yours, you can still turn it into ready money - by borrowing direct from the insurer against up to 90 per cent of the surrender value - and at reasonable interest rates.
Rather, well-intentioned efforts were frustrated by four things: the sheer scale of the estates, the remoteness of many of them which meant lack of detailed knowledge, the Crown's constant need for ready money which militated against long-term improvements, and understandable resistance by tenants to pay more for their lands.
The current system means Joe has the ready money from his benefit to spend as he needs it.