nonmonetary

nonmonetary

(ˌnɒnˈmʌnɪtərɪ)
adj
(Economics) economics not relating to money or currency
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To gain circulation--that is, to function as a medium of exchange--he claims an item must have some nonmonetary use.
Some 6,000 victims of human rights violations under the Marcos regime have been identified in an initial list of eligible claimants by the Human Rights Victims Claimants Board (HRVCB) for the nonmonetary reparation (NMR) being implemented in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).
Aside from Tesda, the HRVCB met various government agencies to discuss and clarify obligations to provide nonmonetary reparations for victims of human-rights violations during martial law (ML).
There are a lot of nontangibles or nonmonetary benefits that you can get through crowdfunding.
Rising Africa, the first of two upcoming reports on poverty in Africa, documents the data challenges facing the region and reviews the status of Africa's poverty and inequality, both monetary and nonmonetary, taking these data challenges into account.
However, the plan's nonmonetary commitments remain a thorny, unresolved issue.
COMPANIES are increasingly willing to negotiate nonmonetary perks says another Robert Half survey.
Federal contracting of restoration and maintenance also provides other nonmonetary benefits: enhancement of natural and human capital such as improved ecosystem function, enhancement of business capacity, and the ability for individuals and families to stay in the community.
Tenders are invited for Business Process Analysis for Improper Payments & Nonmonetary Determin
The text comprising "Mathematics for the Liberal Arts" develops a logical, real-world approach to data and reasoning, showing students how to: Think both analytically and visually about data; Use graphics to make a point; Make sound monetary and nonmonetary decisions; Evaluate risk taking; Strategize to win at games; Appreciate more fully art, music, and humor.
Under ASC Topic 845, when reporting the exchange of a nonmonetary asset for barter or trade credits, it is presumed that the fair value of the nonmonetary asset exchanged (receivables, inventory, capital equipment, real estate, or leases) is more clearly evident than the fair value of the barter or trade credits received.
scooby snacks: Slang for nonmonetary, token compensation given to worker bees as a reward.