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- adj. Able to be converted into cash
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. able to be converted into ready money.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. able to be converted into ready money or the equivalent
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Migrating the many homemade and discrete applications and spreadsheet systems to a common secure and live architecture present a real and immediate opportunity for short-term cashable economies.
This money could be in tax-free savings accounts or regular savings or investment accounts in highly liquid securities such as cashable GICs or money market funds.
City council finance chiefs say the government, in calculating grant settlements for local authorities, assumes they will make three per cent "cashable" efficiency savings.
Half of the efficiency savings made by government had to be 'cashable' (i.e. demonstrably saved money that could be spent elsewhere) and half could be 'non-cashable' (i.e. getting greater outputs or improved quality for the same inputs).
"cashable" cards, were used to withdraw money from ATMs or point of sale terminals that the cashiers had determined permitted the highest withdrawal limits.
Exchanging the popular home mortgage tax deduction for a cashable tax credit, as Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has proposed, would help us achieve these objectives.
Converting our mortgage deduction to a cashable tax credit would not only be fairer, it also would help ordinary Americans to stay in their homes.
"One suspects that blacks who lost jobs in the recession, or who have tried to help family members or relatives who did, have now spent whatever savings or other cashable assets they had."
If he had a check for €1,000 that couldn't be cashed for five months, a bank would give him €800 right away, then another €100 on the date the check became cashable, his lawyer, Aggelos Zervos, says.
For what, after all, is the cashable benefit of even BEING an American if you can't swagger about it?