petty cash


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petty cash

a small cash fund kept on a firm's premises for the payment of minor incidental expenses
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Petty cash of $425 was included in the cash balance.
The House is reeling from charges of major improprieties involving its Fiscal Agency petty cash fund.
He took PS9 in petty cash and blood left at the scene was found to be his.
A SCOTTISH sex offender was jailed for a year yesterday for stealing petty cash from nuns he targeted after pretending he wanted to be a priest.
He was responsible for the petty cash, and his job performance was so impressive that he was given a cash card to withdraw money when necessary, said prosecutor David Crook.
Mr Pallister said: "Effectively, she was trying to cover her tracks by making fictitious entries on the petty cash sheets.
Wynne also falsified petty cash expenditure sheets and made up fictitious entries to hide the fact she was taking money.
Detective Sergeant Rob Davidson, of Barry CID, said: "Crimes of this type cause thousands of poundsofdamageand provide the thief with little more than petty cash from the value of the scrap stolen.
That sounds like a hefty chunk for a SuperLotto jackpot, but it's petty cash to a $3 billion agency like the MTA.
University fees, amounting to little more than petty cash for most firms, should be paid by the companies harnessing the product of such educational endeavour.
AS Scotland's political leadership spent the week arguing about petty cash in a local Labour party in Lanarkshire, thank goodness our international reputation was being held up by the proper and serious work of a truly significant Scot.
A disgraced Midland magistrate and former council leader ruined his life because he fiddled petty cash vouchers, a court heard yesterday.