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Adj.1.cashable - able to be converted into ready money or the equivalent; "a cashable check"; "cashable gambling chips"; "redeemable stocks and bonds"; "a redeemable coupon"
convertible, exchangeable - capable of being exchanged for or replaced by something of equal value; "convertible securities"
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It will carry articles, blogs, tips and comments from users, who can receive cashable reward points for their input.
Traders are provided credit against 25% cash deposits (including cashable collaterals) for eligible securities in category 'A', while this cash deposit margin for class 'B' has been increased to 30%, he added.
it is anticipated that the integration of all its passenger transport service will deliver a more efficient service that demonstrates cashable savings and best value for the council.
Pig-rearing was a valuable cashable asset in addition to rice cultivation, with the majority of pigs raised in low-input systems (1 to 15 pigs per household).
Also, some banks have been burned by making loans against earned cashable tax credits that have not been paid.
In the second quarter of the year, Kumho Tire's cashable asset were 69.
While we have emphasised the importance of linking to fiscal costs for any discussion of benefits, it is important that estimates of potential benefits of early intervention are aware of the challenges involved in quantifying and ultimately achieving cashable fiscal benefits--tangible, in-year financial savings.
Several of the studies focus on "avoided costs" created by the use of the equipment rather than actual cashable savings and lower demand.
FSCS has returned balances to the vast majority of 2,864 members of the credit union, sending them a cheque for amounts over PS1,000, or money orders for below that figure, cashable at any post office.
An alliance of United States groups committed to transparent public policy and the public good, warns that SIBs' narrow focus on paying for outcomes and cashable savings "precludes investment in primary prevention and addressing the underlying structural inequalities".
The few eligible get their money on an Azure card, cashable only for food in few shops, with no bus money to reach them, intentionally humiliating.
Those suppliers who can demonstrate they have grasped the concept and, importantly, who can articulate both the wider community benefits and the net cashable savings to the public sector, will have a competitive edge when tendering for public sector contracts.