Reserve Funds

Business / Real Estate / Reserve Funds: An expense category in the operating budget. Monies that are set aside for replacement expenditures not covered by insurance such as roof or furnace repairs.

Other Words for Funds

Funds Noun Synonyms: money, (hard) cash, ready money, assets, means, wealth, resources, wherewithal, savings, capital, nest egg, endowment, loot, lucre, pelf, green, bread, dough, ready, readies, lolly, bucks, scratch
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Other Words for Reserve

Reserve Noun Synonyms: keep or hold (back), withhold, save, set or put aside, conserve, preserve, retain, keep (to or for oneself), hold over, postpone, delay, put off, defer
Reserve Verb Synonyms: reticence, (self-)restraint, (self-)control, taciturnity, aplomb, formality, coolness, aloofness, guardedness, standoffishness, remoteness, detachment
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Proven Reserves

Science / Geology / Proven Reserves: Deposits of fossil fuels whose location and extent are known, as opposed to potential but unproved ('discovered') deposits. MORE

Pension Funds

Business / Real Estate / Pension Funds: Pension funds usually have large amounts of money available for investment. Because of the comparatively high yields and low risks offered by mortgages, pension funds have begun to participate activel MORE

Official Reserves

Business / Finance / Official Reserves: Holdings of gold and foreign currencies by official monetary institutions. MORE

Objective (Mutual Funds)

Business / Finance / Objective (Mutual Funds): The fund's investment strategy category as stated in the prospectus. There are more than 20 standardized categories. E.g. Aggressive growth, balanced. MORE

Refunds

Life Style / College / Refunds: Greenville Technical College will refund a portion of tuition paid by students who withdraw from courses by specified dates. The schedule of dates, the percentage of tuition eligible to be refunded, a MORE

Required Reserves

Business / Finance / Required Reserves: The dollar amounts, based on reserve ratios, that banks are required to keep on deposit at a Federal Reserve Bank. MORE

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