noncash

adjective
non·​cash | \ ˌnän-ˈkash How to pronounce noncash (audio) \

Definition of noncash

: not being cash noncash gifts

Examples of noncash in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Along with that, restaurants had to adopt new methods for accepting noncash payments. Mara Garcia, Forbes, 17 June 2022 Selling a noncash component of that gain-on-sale—servicing rights—can help originators stay cash-flow positive, notes KBW analyst Bose George. Telis Demos, WSJ, 29 Mar. 2022 Cash flow is calculated by taking net income and adding back depreciation and other noncash charges, such as amortization. Charles Rotblut, Forbes, 1 Nov. 2021 Moves to unplug Russia from the international financial system have cut many of the country’s citizens off from the global, digital economy, but noncash payments haven’t ground completely to a halt. Annamaria Andriotis And Peter Rudegeair, WSJ, 1 Mar. 2022 Then, prosecutors said, Weisselberg and others hid that noncash income from taxing authorities, and thus avoided paying payroll and income taxes on it. Anchorage Daily News, 13 July 2021 The prior year, Children’s reported receiving $4.3 million from fundraising events, $83 million from other contributions and gifts, and $1.8 million in noncash contributions. Yamil Berard, ajc, 19 Dec. 2021 For example, federal workers are usually barred from receiving cash gifts of any kind, and Postal Service rules state that your mail carrier can receive only noncash gifts worth $20 or less. J.j. Mccorvey, WSJ, 17 Dec. 2021 For tax purposes, the IRS designates cryptocurrency (or virtual currency) as property (not currency) and is subject to the same rules that apply to noncash charitable gifts. Kristen Jaarda, Forbes, 8 Nov. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of noncash

1898, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of noncash was in 1898

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19 Jul 2022

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“Noncash.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/noncash. Accessed 8 Aug. 2022.

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noncash

adjective
non·​cash | \ ˌnän-ˈkash \

Legal Definition of noncash

: being other than cash noncash income

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