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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* Once a year, you can avail a 90-day interest-free loan on your SuperCard's cash limit.
"In addition, the transportation costs have been financed by the council's cash limit budgets.
The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) decided to reduce the foreign exchange cash limit provided to travelling customers.
However, the rule subsequently introduced to cover such claims said they would be acceptable up to a defined cash limit so long as an AM was on bona fide Assembly business the morning after the hotel stay.
But for most equity funds, the cash limit is 10 per cent.
"By simply calling Dubai Bank, customers can order a cheque made out to up to 100 per cent of the cash limit on their covered card.
When asked how much could be saved into a cash ISA, only one in two respondents correctly knew that the current cash limit was Au5,100 per year, with 6% saying there was no limit and 11% believing they could add Au500 every month.
There would be a cash limit of pounds 400 on public sector pay rises for two years.
More than half of the participants (52.5pc) hold credit cards with a cash limit of between BD200 and BD1,000.
pounds BRITONS could have lost up to pounds 360 in interest by this time next year if they fail to use their full ISA cash limit of pounds 3,600, says Abbey Savings.
"There was no way as a student I had that cash limit. I told them my maximum transaction was pounds 250."