cash limit

cash limit

n
(Economics) (often plural) a limit imposed as a method of curtailing overall expenditure without specifying the precise means of budgetary control
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The card also also allows customers to set a cash limit on every transaction.
There may also be a cash limit on the claims you can make in any year.
Surely it would be better to have an upper cash limit for six number winners and then share out the rest of the Lottery money between the five, four and three- number winners.
Mr Bolger denied it was common practice for staff to put money into bins when the cash limit had been reached at each counter.
Trouble is once you dip into an ISA you can't simply top it up again - the present cash limit of pounds 3,000 is the maximum you can deposit in any one year.
In later years, the cash limit will be pounds 1,000, although it will also be possible to reinvest the capital from a maturing Tessa.
In accordance with Internal Revenue procedure, the dividend will be payable in cash and/or shares of common stock at the election of the stockholder and subject to a cash limit described below.
The maximum discount is capped at a cash limit, which varies from region to region.
6 million maximum cash limit established in the merger agreement, all LabOne stockholders who made timely cash elections will receive $12.
Based on shareholder elections and the 20% cash limit described above, $70.
Once you have reach your ISA cash limit, you should start saving for your long-term future.
Your limit is the local equivalent of your cash limit at home.