Shortfall

Shortfall,

Shortfall Definition:

  • Deficit is the amount by which financial liability or liability exceeds the available cash. Deficits can be temporary or permanent due to a number of special circumstances. In this case, it may indicate inappropriate financial management practices. Regardless of the type of deficit, it is a major commercial concern and is usually corrected immediately by short-term debt or capital injection.

    • Deficit refers to a financial obligation or obligation that exceeds the cash required to meet this obligation.
    • Deficits can be temporary or permanent, the latter indicating economic stagnation.
    • Ways to improve the deficit include best practices for debt, capital injection and cash management.
    • Temporary deficits can be reduced through hedging strategies to reduce the negative effects of prices.

  • Really a respectable two word marriage, arranged by an unknown official to impress your boss. The term was soon adopted by the latter. What it really means: You don't pay us that much, so we won't quit (or not). It can also refer to a situation in which a person walking down the stairs in the dark thinks that there are 12 steps when in fact there are 13.

Meanings of Shortfall

  1. Loss of need or expectation of something.

Sentences of Shortfall

  1. billion is facing a deficit of 10 billion

Synonyms of Shortfall

limitation, weakness, inadequacy, failing, imperfection, deficiency, defect, blemish, foible, weak point, fault, shortcoming, weak spot