cash


cash
1. Tangible units of *money. In this sense, cash is restricted to bank notes and coins. Small quantities of cash held in an organization for day-to-day expenses are referred to as *petty cash. 2. *Money deposited at a bank, and other highly *liquid assets like *checks and *matured financial instruments. Restrictions on the liquidity of any of these items may not permit their classification as cash. For example, *post-dated checks and bank deposits with restricted access may not have sufficient liquidity to qualify as cash.

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