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spend

noun A popular UK back-formation from the verb “spend”, defined as the amount of money spent on something.

Example
The Commercial Medicines Unit works collaboratively with both NHS pharmacists and suppliers in the collation and analysis of secondary care medicines spend on behalf of both the Department of Health and the NHS via its information systems.
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Much follows from Cajetan's distinction between spendable and nonspendable money.
Presently, only six states base workers' compensation benefits on spendable earnings: Rhode Island, Alaska, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, and Michigan.
She has $30,000 of spendable income compared to only $26,700 of spendable income prior to the Roth conversion.
If the investment account is managed properly, this income will be taxed at long-term capital gain rates (a combined federal and state rate of approximately 22%), resulting in $54,600 net spendable income.
The starting point for drawing up a budget is net spendable income (defined as one's income after taxes and tithing), but he discusses tithing as something that "Christians do" for biblical reasons while recognizing that "other people," who may not tithe, may find fulfillment through other avenues of charitable giving (351, 319).
What we are seeing in this economic climate is lack of spendable income for self-managed health care, going with generics and private label and away from brands where they see a huge difference in price," she says.
Yes, they are folks more likely to be over 50, but they are folks who have considerable spendable income.
All the spendable money in this country--for families, churches, unions, companies, you name it--comes from profits of business.
That analysis also should include a free cash flow analysis to determine spendable income.
Tax rebates and putting spendable cash in the hands of consumers is an idea uniting both Democrats and Republicans.
Despite higher interest rates, households are still keen to unlock money tied up in their house into a more spendable form.
Readers will learn how Lease-Options work to simply and safely build an investment portfolio; how to generate steady, spendable cash flow through Lease-Options; finding the right real estate market to safely invest in for a reliable return; profitably manage properties while avoiding ongoing maintenance expenses eating into the bottom line; recruiting the right management team to build and guard a real estate based investment portfolio; even how to invest in a Lease Option investment strategy without the necessity of owning property.