Imprest fund
Imprest fund Im"prest fund`, n. A sum of money to be used as petty cash. [PJC]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • imprest fund — A cash fund of a fixed amount established through an advance of funds, without appropriation change, to an authorized imprest fund cashier to effect immediate cash payments of relatively small amounts for authorized purchases of supplies and… …   Military dictionary

  • imprest fund — a fund of petty cash. * * * …   Universalium

  • imprest fund — Petty cash fund used by business for small, routine expenses See also petty cash …   Black's law dictionary

  • imprest fund — Petty cash fund used by business for small, routine expenses See also petty cash …   Black's law dictionary

  • imprest fund — noun : a sum kept on hand, periodically replenished, and used for small expenditures * * * a fund of petty cash …   Useful english dictionary

  • imprest fund — An alternative term for *petty cash …   Auditor's dictionary

  • Army and Air Force Exchange Service imprest fund activity — A military operated retail activity, usually in remote or forward sites, when regular direct operations exchanges cannot be provided. It is a satellite activity of an Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) direct operation. The supported… …   Military dictionary

  • imprest — im‧prest [ɪmˈprest] noun [uncountable] ACCOUNTING a sum of money given to someone in an organization to make small payments: • This petty cash is kept on the imprest system, whereby the petty cashier is entrusted with a fixed sum of money. * * *… …   Financial and business terms

  • imprest system — noun (commerce) A method of maintaining a cash fund, eg petty cash, in which a fixed amount or float is regularly topped up from central funds, reimbursing the fund for incidental expenses • • • Main Entry: ↑imprest …   Useful english dictionary

  • imprest — [im′prest΄] n. [It impresto, a loan < (dare) in prestito, (to give) in loan < in, in + prestito, a loan < prestare, to lend < L praestare, to become surety for, lit., to stand before < prae , before + stare, to STAND] a loan or… …   English World dictionary

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