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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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While most shops accept credit cards, smaller businesses in a town like Conwy often don't because of the cost of installing them and the charges they will incur, so customers with ready cash in their pockets are vital to their success or failure.
Worst of times "When the second world war broke out, many of my agents ran off with the ready cash.
Make sure there's ready cash available in the business.
On the economy part also, we get ready cash compared to the shops where it goes on a credit basis, or sometimes we have to run around for the payment," said Jaya Kumari, a seller.
Police found pounds 48,000 in ready cash in the couple's home.
The head of the central bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, has said that the central bank would prolong special measures that provide ready cash to banks.
They seem to be on the lookout for household goods which for whatever reason have been placed outside, which they are then getting ready cash for at places which re-condition and sell them.
Ready cash like that goes a long way towards keeping a company vibrant and attracting investors.
However, in this final episode the run-up to Christmas combined with the lack of ready cash becomes a major problem.
He also admitted that, with the increase in ready cash, his own habit had more than doubled.
But even those with ready cash and the will to buy are going to have to pay for a sea view.
He places a bet on the horses in a desperate attempt to raise enough ready cash to buy the girl of his dreams a suitably impressive present.
But as good as those intentions might be, the truth is that this movie - featuring ready cash, fast cars, flashy jewellery and guns - will indeed glamorise the gang culture.
So even though your business may not be able to obtain conventional financing, factoring can bring in ready cash.
This holiday we know that savvy consumers want to hold onto their ready cash and do not want to tie up their credit or incur interest charges on the cost of a purchase.