The budget is a mess and officials in Trenton are whispering about a state takeover of the city's finances.
By his own admission in court, he didn't even conduct proper due diligence on EMI's finances before submitting his offer.
To resort to the silly coded language he allegedly engaged in with his wife while discussing their finances is simply juvenile.
Reacting to the project, Dunham tweeted Monday: “I have never felt more raw than sharing an email about my finances.”
Pope Francis also created a new authority in February to shake up the Vatican's own finances.
The finances, of which he had the best means of judging, were in tolerable condition.
As early as 1739 there had been a deficiency in the French finances.
The first use which the new government made of their power was to settle the finances, and in this their best work was done.
The finances were deranged, and province after province rebelled.
Composing verses in the vernacular Gaelic, he contrived, by vending them, to add considerably to his finances.
c.1400, "an end, settlement, retribution," from Middle French finance "ending, settlement of a debt" (13c.), noun of action from finer "to end, settle a dispute or debt," from fin (see fine (n.)). Cf. Medieval Latin finis "a payment in settlement, fine or tax."
The notion is of "ending" (by satisfying) something that is due (cf. Greek telos "end;" plural tele "services due, dues exacted by the state, financial means"). The French senses gradually were brought into English: "ransom" (mid-15c.), "taxation" (late 15c.); the sense of "management of money" first recorded in English 1770.
late 15c., "to ransom;" see finance (n.). Sense of "to manage money" is recorded from 1827; that of "to furnish with money" is from 1866. Related: Financed; financing.