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ready cash

Cash funds that are immediately available to spend. It's good to invest your money, but you should also have some ready cash in case of emergency.
See also: cash, ready
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Ready Cash explained that the firm has safeguards to ensure that stolen property is not received and it was happy to make amends in this case.
School head Michelle Hollingsworth told Stephen Roberts that she needed ready cash to pay for a soft play area at Annie Lennard Primary in Smethwick, he told Wolverhampton Crown Court.
You will not incur any form of bank charges and you will always have ready cash for transactions.
North Lib Dem MP Jamie Stone, speaking in Westminster yesterday, said: "For many years, having ready cash in one's purse, wallet or pocket has been fundamental to a civilised society.
But hopes that owner Mike Ashley might sell up soon have been dashed - as none of the four suitors has ready cash to do a deal.
But hopes that owner Mike Ashley (above) might sell up soon have been dashed -- as none of the four suitors has ready cash to do a deal.
He said the mills had been told to buy the crop against ready cash.
One group, who remained anonymous and rarely talked about, were men who were tough, streetwise, unafraid, and had access to ready cash: Jewish gangsters.
Ahlibank's Personal Loan facility, branded as MyLoana offers ready cash with high loan amounts, easy and suitable repayment options, along with competitive interest rates.
This policy is a tool that helps the central bank control the amount of liquidity in the economy while providing banks with a ready cash buffer for large client withdrawals.
Fine wine would be top at PS47,000, but it would have needed a lot of ready cash in the first place to buy it.
Lesley Pooley: "It's not the case of moaning people have family and commitments does that enter your mind ...obviously not disabled people..small children ..so you think they're just moaning..Easyjet have not told the truth...put in hotels 45 mile away..what about people who have not got the ready cash there for all these inconvenient changes.
Or even investors who do not have the ready cash to plonk down on a new real estate acquisition.
Companies will have ready cash. Employees will have steady work and, thus, cash to spend in places like casinos.
House sellers may see buy-tolet investors as a more attractive proposition than people trying to get on the property ladder as they often have more ready cash and are less reliant on raising finance from a mortgage.