financially embarrassed

(redirected from financially)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.

financially embarrassed

Euph. broke. I'm a bit financially embarrassed at the moment. Gary found himself financially embarrassed when the time came to pay the bill.
See also: embarrass
References in periodicals archive ?
Financially free people consider thinking as a great investment.
Filipino citizens who will be covered under this POS program must be classified as financially incapable to pay his/her Philhealth membership according to the Department of Health classification on indigence, Baawa explained.
A Gallup survey of around 100,000 adults found that 87 percent of Americans who are "thriving" financially say their relationship with their spouse, partner or best friend has never been better.
The Philippines was one of the 30 least financially literate countries in the world, with only 25 percent of adults aware of the basics of managing their money.
Respondents were considered financially literate if they were able to correctly answer questions about three of the four concepts.
It is warning those trying to move on or up the ladder as the housing market revival continues to gather pace to make sure they are not taking on too much financially.
Just over one in five say they'll be better off financially a year from now, while 12% feel they'll be worse off.
In addition to aggregating data on the financially underserved, FactorTrust also services an alternative credit risk scoring service for many firms that work with financially underserved consumers, such as payday advance firms.
39% of those 30-59 feel that their family is financially protected:
Among individuals affected by the economy, those most apt to contribute less financially include males (86%), pre-retirees age 55-64 (92%), people with household incomes of $75,000 or more (86%), married individuals (87%), Southerners (88%), and the unemployed (89%).
If Everton need to move to Kirkby to enable them to compete financially with the best teams in Europe, then so be it.
Using data from the Mature Market Survey (MMS) from an educational foundation, this study examined financially distressed consumers' information search behavior for retirement plans.
Yet, as college and university leaders have become more aggressive in shaping their classes with various need-based and merit aid strategies, many have realized too late that they are on financially unsustainable courses.
Small bakeries can be started with a relatively low investment and can return big profits--and HOW TO OPEN A FINANCIALLY SUCCESSFUL BAKERY, with its companion CD-ROM of an editable business plan and financial statements in MS-Word format, is the way to make it happen.
Typical Blue buyers so far can be described as an eclectic 'edgy' mix of young professionals, who are financially able to spend between $800,000 and $3,500,000, for one-and two-bedroom luxury homes, some with private terraces.