ash cash

ash cash

Macabre UK slang for remuneration given to a doctor for signing cremation forms.
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Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche, best-selling author Ash Cash, and Keeping It Rich's Sakina Spruell lead the way with New York Life to teach you how.
In fact, I'm saving up to get a new car with my ash cash - that's my reward to me."
The federation is petitioning to get rid of the PS82 cost of the GP's signature, known as "ash cash".
The LibDems say that they want to see an end to the so-called ''ash cash'', to spare people further trauma at their most vulnerable time."
The West Pennine Health Authority, Shipman's employers, also raised concerns about the practice of so-called "ash cash", whereby a doctor needs only one signature from another GP to authorise a cremation.
The West Pennine Health Authority, Shipman's employers, also raised concerns about the practice of so-called 'ash cash', whereby a doctor needs only one signature from another GP to authorise a cremation.
The federation is petitioning to get rid of the Funeral boss Will PS82 cost of the GP's signature, known as "ash cash".
THE term "ash cash" deserves to be more widely broadcast, although it will be familiar to many Merseyside families who have suffered a bereavement.
ASH CASH: Cole pounds 25million price tag has so far proved too much for Chelsea boss Mourinho
One estimate put the amount of so-called "ash cash" paid to Scotland's doctors at pounds 1.5million a year.