Definition of disbursement
: the act of paying out money especially from a fund : the act of disbursing the disbursement of government funds; also : funds paid out received monthly disbursements
Examples of disbursement in a Sentence
substantial disbursements for research and development
the disbursement of the foundation's funds to several cancer research centers
Recent Examples of disbursement from the Web
In her new office, Patton will oversee the disbursement of billions of dollars in federal housing funds to the states in which the president’s company owns the most property.
According to the GAO's new report, Lifeline households numbered 12.3 million during the fourth quarter of 2016, with disbursements of about $1.5 billion.
Primary duties include: auction/raffle item procurement and categorization, volunteer coordination, marketing and promotion, catering coordination, ticket sales, tracking and disbursement, assist with event conceptualization, post event follow up.
Charter Oak Awards Scholarships WATERFORD — Charter Oak Federal Credit Union awarded $96,000 in college scholarships, the largest disbursement in the credit union's history, during a private reception at its headquarters on Tuesday, May 30.
The reason for the deficit, Chief Financial Officer Bradley Cauffman said, is because the board plans to make a one-time $9.8 million disbursement to pay off 2008 bonds out of district coffers instead of passing along the payment to taxpayers.
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The per-school disbursement increased by 14.5 percent from last year’s $30.4 million average and the money tree will continue growing with the resurrection of December’s football championship game at AT&T Stadium (date TBD).
Each of the league’s 10 members collected an average of $34.8 million in league disbursements for the 2016-17 school year, although some of Baylor’s money will remain in escrow until further notice.
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