Savings

That part of disposable income (income less direct taxes plus state benefits) not spent on goods and services. Savings are therefore any income that is not spent, but put aside. In an economic sense we would also include buying shares or securities as part of this. Savings are a leakage or withdrawal from the circular flow.
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savings

[n] - a fund of money put by as a reserve
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Savings

That part of disposable income (income less direct taxes plus state benefits) not spent on goods and services. Savings are therefore any income that is not spent, but put aside. In an economic sense we would also include buying shares or securities as part of this. Savings are a leakage or withdrawal from the circular flow.
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savings

Unspent income, after deduction of tax, put aside through bank deposits or other financial schemes offering interest to savers on their deposits. In economics a distinction is made between...
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Savings

Generally refers to deposits made with a bank or building society, also includes investments in shares, unit trusts and so on. Does not include land and property held as an investment.
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savings

Generally refers to deposits made with a bank or building society, but also includes investments in shares, unit trusts etc. Does not include land and property held as an investment.
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savings

nest egg noun a fund of money put by as a reserve
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savings

Unspent income, after deduction of tax, put aside through bank deposits or other financial schemes offering interest to savers on their deposits. In economics a distinction is made between investment, involving the purchase of capital goods, such as buying a house, and saving (where capital goods are not directly purchased; for example, buying ...
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Savings

The process of setting aside money until a future date instead of spending it today. The goal of sav
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savings

the difference between the amount paid below the fee schedule and the fee schedule, calculated either as a dollar amount or a percentage below fee schedule. In those states without a fee schedule, the basis is usual and customary.
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