Petty Cash Fund

Business / Accounting / Petty Cash Fund: A small amount of cash kept on hand for making miscellaneous payments.

Other Words for Cash

Cash Noun Synonyms: money, currency, bills, notes, banknotes, change, hard cash or money, specie, coin of the realm, legal tender, moolah, dough, bread, loot, spondulicks or spondulix, lolly, ready, readies, scratch, gelt
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Other Words for Fund

Fund Adjective Synonyms: supply, stock, reserve, store, pool, cache, reservoir, repository, mine
Fund Noun Synonyms: finance, back, capitalize, stake, support, pay for, endow, grant, subsidize
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Other Words for Petty

Petty Verb Synonyms: insignificant, trivial, paltry, minor, inferior, niggling, trifling, negligible, puny, inessential, non-essential, inconsequential, unimportant, slight, nugatory, of no account, dinky, piddling, measly, no great shakes, no big deal, small-time
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Imprest Petty Cash Fund

Business / Accounting / Imprest Petty Cash Fund: A petty cash fund in which all expenditures are documented by vouchers or vendors' receipts or invoices, the total of the vouchers and cash in the fund should equal the established balance. MORE

Noncash Charge

Business / Finance / Noncash Charge: A cost, such as depreciation, depletion, and amortization, that does not involve any cash outflow. MORE

Non-Refundable

Life Style / Travel / Non-Refundable: A fare that cannot be refunded either in cash or via a credit card credit; very seldom is there an exception. MORE

Nominal Cash Flow

Business / Finance / Nominal Cash Flow: A cash flow expressed in nominal terms if the actual dollars to be received or paid out are given. MORE

Noncash Items

Business / Accounting / Noncash Items: Items included in the determination of net income on an accrual basis that do not affect cash: examples are depreciation and amortization. MORE

Noncash Transactions

Business / Accounting / Noncash Transactions: Investing and financing activities that do not affect cash: if significant, they are disclosed below the statement of cash flows or in the notes to the financial statements. MORE

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