Cash Flow Surplus,
How To Define Cash Flow Surplus?
Excessive cash flow occurs when the insurance company accumulates money over a period of time that exceeds the amount required to cover its expenses. If the insurer has more cash than he needs, he can invest that amount, reinvest it in the business, or keep it until a later date.
Literal Meanings of Cash Flow Surplus
Meanings of Cash:
Play (high card) to take the chance to win the trick.
Synonyms of Cash
money, ready cash, ready money, currency, legal tender, hard cash, exchange, change, convert into cash, convert into money, turn into cash, turn into money, encash, realize, liquidate
Meanings of Flow:
(Of liquid, gas or electricity) in a stream or stream along or outside in constant and constant motion.
In a stable river, large numbers usually move from one place to another.
There is permanent change under stress without melting (from solid).
The act or process of movement in a constant and constant flow.
The constant and constant flow of something.
Progressive permanent breakdown of solids under stress without melting.
Sentences of Flow
From here the river flows north
The company assumes that orders will continue
The flow of water in the pond
This puts the car in traffic flow
Analysis of seismic waves shows that the material of the jacket behaves like plastic, a solid substance, but it flows under pressure.
Synonyms of Flow
run, move, go along, course, pass, proceed, glide, slide, drift, circulate, trickle, dribble, drizzle, spill, gurgle, babble, ripple, movement, moving, locomotion, rise and fall, shifting, stirring, to and fro, toing and froing, coming and going, motion, passage
Meanings of Surplus:
When needs are met, oversupply or oversupply, many things are left behind.
Excessive or excessive
Sentences of Surplus
Excess food exports
Enjoy your extra money
Synonyms of Surplus
excess, surfeit, overabundance, superabundance, superfluity, oversupply, oversufficiency, glut, profusion, plethora, excessive, in excess, leftover, left, unused, remaining, extra, additional, reserve, spare