• (noun): Prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check.
    Synonyms: immediate payment
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on cash:

Andrew Cash - Music Career
... Cash began his career in the Toronto punk band L'√Čtranger, which also included Charlie Angus ... When the band broke up in 1986, Cash signed to Island Records as a solo artist ... as Ursula's demise, however, his brother Peter Cash also decided to leave his band, Skydiggers ...
Option-adjusted Spread - Definition
... curve spread" measurement of bond premium over a pre-determined cash-flow model, the OAS describes the market premium over a model including two types ... (mean NPV) across the range of all possible rate scenarios when discounting each scenario's actual cash flows with the treasury yield curve plus a spread, X ... not be available with maturities exactly matching likely cash flow payments so some interpolation may be necessary to make this calculation ...
John R. Cash
... Cash is the 50th overall album by country singer Johnny Cash, released in 1975 on Columbia Records ... The Cash original "Lonesome to the Bone" had previously appeared on Ragged Old Flag (1974) and would make one more appearance on Silver (1979) ... Cash himself disliked John R ...
Till (disambiguation)
... small items Till, in commerce, a cash register, a removable box within a cash drawer, or money counted at the beginning of the day for a cash register Till (song), a song recorded by Roger Williams, The ...
Cash, Arkansas - Education
... Cash residents are served by the Westside Consolidated School District ... The district opened in 1966 ...

More definitions of "cash":

  • (verb): Exchange for cash.
    Synonyms: cash in

Famous quotes containing the word cash:

    It seems I impregnated Marge
    So I do rather feel, by and large,
    Some cash should be tendered
    For services rendered,
    But I can’t quite decide what to charge.

    Lora May: I’ve been a good wife. The best wife your money could buy.
    Porter: Strictly cash and carry.
    Joseph L. Mankiewicz (1909–1993)

    If when a businessman speaks of minority employment, or air pollution, or poverty, he speaks in the language of a certified public accountant analyzing a corporate balance sheet, who is to know that he understands the human problems behind the statistical ones? If the businessman would stop talking like a computer printout or a page from the corporate annual report, other people would stop thinking he had a cash register for a heart. It is as simple as that—but that isn’t simple.
    Louis B. Lundborg (1906–1981)