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If nonspendable money is more like a thing and less like a measure, and Cajetan has already said that the expertise of monetary exchange pertains to money as a measure and not to money as a thing (because the expertise of monetary exchange pertains to the secondary use of money, which considers it as a measure), then why is he now allowing for the possibility that monetary exchange can encompass the exchange of spendable money (a measure) for nonspendable money (a thing)?
A financial firm is considered liquid if it can obtain immediately spendable funds at reasonable cost exactly when it needs them.
"We've realised how sensitive Japanese people holding spendable money are to gold prices," said Takeshi Sakai, general manager of Mitsubishi Materials Corp's precious metals division.
(79) Pursuant to the amendments, these same individuals would receive 75% of the decedent's spendable earnings (which is an import of Senate Bill 669's average weekly wage amendments).
The resulting "asset repositioning" can increase spendable cash flow to the client while still preserving asset principal in the form of tax-free life insurance death benefits.
Rents, fees and 15 percent of timber revenue from Trust land uses are considered "spendable income" and are available to the Trust for use in the following fiscal year.
Sometimes called a "discretionary" fund, this pool of spendable dollars grows from small donations, usually from honors alumni.
The tax on that income at 35% is $32,173.40, leaving $59,750.60 in spendable income after Junior's tuition bill is paid through the business.
Joshi was quoted as saying "The way the Indian market is headed with its people having better spendable income, there will always be space for bigger bikes.
Annuities offer the wealth-building combination of compound interest growth and tax deferral, which together may mean more secure, spendable income in the long run.
Nonetheless, it is still inferior to contributing appreciated securities, which results in far more final, spendable wealth.