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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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That is, assigned spendable fund balance would reflect the governing board's intentions rather than those of management.
This family would save over $3,400 in federal, state and local income taxes, and their $10,000 stock donation would cost them only $5,000 in spendable cash.
Without an FSA, the $2334 cost of health care is taken out of income after taxes, resulting in an estimated $18,172 for spendable income.
Of the nation's total financial assets, 77% are controlled by that age group, and 51% of spendable discretionary income is in their hands.
Consumers are also refinancing existing debts at lower interest rates, cutting their monthly payments and thus raising their effective spendable income.
Depending on the rates of return on savings dollars and the tax rates before and after retirement, the spendable dollars at retirement under TDS could be greater or less than the spendable dollars under taxable saving plans with alternative comparable investments (ACIs).
Reducing tax liability increases after-tax spendable income.
By taking advantage of legitimate tax-saving strategies, you can reduce your current tax burden and increase your current spendable income.
For example, lower interest rates can reduce debt service burdens and their claim on current spendable incomes.
Households with spendable incomes at least 30 percent higher than average expenditures for their comparable group were considered to have discretionary income.
Figure 1 plots the percentage of all personal consumption expenditures spendable income) used for household utility expenses and for automobile gasoline and oil expenses.
The Savings2Income (S2I) planning method developed by Jerry Golden is designed to provide a retiree with an optimal amount of dependable, spendable income for the rest of his or her life.