petty cash


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petty cash

n.
A small fund of money for incidental expenses, as in an office.

petty cash

n
(Commerce) a small cash fund kept on a firm's premises for the payment of minor incidental expenses

pet′ty cash′


n.
a cash fund for paying small charges, as for minor office supplies or deliveries.
[1825–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.petty cash - a small fund of cash that a firm keeps for the payment of incidental expenses
fund, monetary fund - a reserve of money set aside for some purpose
Translations
مَبْلَغ صَغير، نَثْرِيّات
drobná hotovost
kontantbeholdning
kézipénztárkiskassza
reiîufé
malá hotovosť
küçük ödenek

petty cash

npiccola cassa

petty

(ˈpeti) adjective
1. of very little importance; trivial. petty details.
2. deliberately nasty for a foolish or trivial reason. petty behaviour.
ˈpettily adverb
ˈpettiness noun
petty cash
money used for small, everyday expenses in an office etc.
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He kept on pilfering from the petty cash - even getting an unsuspecting solicitor colleague to sign off some of the slips - until a new member of staff joined his department.
In a statement issued by the council yesterday, Mr Al Murbati said petty cash funds were allocated by the government to cover necessary expenditure such as stationary, printer ink cartridges and payments made for simple maintenance work.
She was responsible for administrative handling of petty cash and keeping it secure.
It is claimed the business support worker repeatedly cashed cheques for PS500 a time at a post office from a petty cash account.
Rachel Dyson, defending, said the money came from petty cash in the safe and takings from a health and beauty parlour.
Mr Pallister said: "Effectively, she was trying to cover her tracks by making fictitious entries on the petty cash sheets.
Having banned fans, kettles, personal photographs, eating at one's desk, it appears petty cash has also fallen foul of Dale Street''s very own Nosferatu''s bloodthirsty purges.
Last week, the board tightened fiscal policies one more notch with the approval of a petty cash receipts policy.
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The cards will replace petty cash and help companies in managing, monitoring and analysing the business or entertainment travel expenses of the card holders.
Replacing petty cash, the cards will help companies in managing, monitoring and analysing the business or entertainment travel expenses of the card holders.
Petty cash expenses are difficult to track given the constant activities of company's executives; the Corporate Card greatly reduces the administrative overhead posed by business or entertainment expenses.