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hard money

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics (in the US) money given directly to a candidate in an election to assist his or her campaign. Compare soft money
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The value of these bills kept continually sinking, because the real hard money could not be obtained for them.
Yea," said the Prior, "so thou hast told me ere now, but I know that this knight is so poor that he will gladly sign away his lands for two hundred pounds of hard money.
Phil Sanchez, a Bay Mountain finance and investors relations professional added, "This, and other recent transactions, are a clear sign that Hard Money loans are as much about the process as the amount.
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At NASSCOM 2016, Rana Kapoor, chairman of India-based YES Bank (NSE: YESBANK), opined that hard money is coming to an end with digital technologies set to take over in India.
Making the Yield: Real Estate Hard Money Lending Uncovered is a guide to building a successful career in hard money lending.
Currently, fix and flip projects are all the rage and many of these groups turn to hard money lenders to back them.
Its portfolio comprises various products such as small business loans, commercial real estate loans, apartment loans, construction loans, factoring receivables, agricultural loans, warehouse financing, international loans, acquisition loans, lines of credit, working capital, equipment leasing and hard money private loans, USIIC explained.
A generation after Paul Volcker's hard money inflation policies vanquished the inflation demons of the 1970's, Draghi and Bernanke have amplified inflation risk.
Parents were critical of lack of check and balance system in respect of private educational institutions saying that owners of private schools were at liberty to pocketing their hard money relentlessly.
Only Kazakhstan may pay for power in hard money," Nursultan Nazarbaev said.
The hard money of the people being collected from them through taxes was being lavishly spent on these polls, he added.