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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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Thus, we might say that according to Cajetan monetary exchange considers money that is actually a measure of natural things (that are necessary for life and available for sale) as "spendable" money, while it considers money that is potentially a measure of such things as "nonspendable" money.
CALCULATING PAY BASED UPON "SPENDABLE EARNINGS," NOT "AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGE"
The public should be talking about just that on a daily basis, comparing how much spendable cash they have now compared to two months ago, and making judgments on whether they are better off today than before.
Remember, reducing your tax bill will increase your net spendable income, net savings or both, and in the current economic climate we will all be looking at such opportunities.
Obviously, the government tax deal along with the Federal Reserve's recent QE announcements represent a mighty effort to stuff some spendable lucre into this shuddering, doddering beast of the American economy.
Like Rahn--and Arkansas Football Coach Bobby Petrino--some of the chancellors and presidents receive deferred compensation, which is included in their compensation totals although it is not yet spendable cash.
Make that real cash flow: spendable dollars after investments.
After accounting for maintenance ($5,000), property taxes ($2,500) and combined federal and state income taxes totaling 40%, the couple may receive net spendable income of about $31,500.
When will Macdonald change his specs and see that the introduction of income tax in any form means that most of the working population will immediately get a drop in 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.
The institution determines how much interest (e.g., 5%) can be paid out annually to the beneficiary (e.g., an honors program) in a spendable account, with the option of putting some of it back into the principal to help it grow.