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 Some have provided small gifts to help to make payroll; some have offered other noncash services and human capital. Dallas News, "Company leaders can take care of business by taking care of others. Here’s how," 30 Apr. 2020 On July 1, Mississippi implemented a state law prohibiting its Department of Human Services from using noncash benefits in other programs to trigger food stamp eligibility. Washington Post, "Trump proposal seeks to crack down on food stamp ‘loophole’," 28 July 2019 On July 1, Mississippi implemented a state law prohibiting its Department of Human Services from using noncash benefits in other programs to trigger food stamp eligibility. Washington Post, "Trump proposal seeks to crack down on food stamp ‘loophole’," 28 July 2019 Discretionary accruals, which are noncash accounting items that involve some estimation, were more predictive of future cash flows at a company with a unified CFO-COO than at one with separate chiefs, the study found. Mark Maurer, WSJ, "Companies Benefit From Combining CFO and COO Jobs, Study Finds," 8 July 2019 On July 1, Mississippi implemented a state law prohibiting its Department of Human Services from using noncash benefits in other programs to trigger food stamp eligibility. Washington Post, "Trump proposal seeks to crack down on food stamp ‘loophole’," 28 July 2019 On July 1, Mississippi implemented a state law prohibiting its Department of Human Services from using noncash benefits in other programs to trigger food stamp eligibility. Washington Post, "Trump proposal seeks to crack down on food stamp ‘loophole’," 28 July 2019 On July 1, Mississippi implemented a state law prohibiting its Department of Human Services from using noncash benefits in other programs to trigger food stamp eligibility. Washington Post, "Trump proposal seeks to crack down on food stamp ‘loophole’," 28 July 2019 Last year’s loss included noncash impairment charges and write-downs of $1.2 billion. ... Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, WSJ, "News Corp Revenue Up Sharply," 9 May 2019

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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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9 May 2020

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“Noncash.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/noncash. Accessed 4 Jul. 2020.

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noncash

adjective
non·​cash | \ ˌnän-ˈkash \

Legal Definition of noncash

: being other than cash noncash income

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