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Antonyms for overspend

spend more than available of (a budget)

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spend at a high rate

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Overall, the cabinet report shows a projected overspend of PS6.
This is partly due to a PS689,000 overspend in police officer pay due to recruitment.
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust is to overspend by PS10m in the current financial year, while Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust is to overspend by PS9.
25- to 44-year-olds are more likely to overspend than other age groups
6m overspend, but added: "It would be helpful for a more detailed report at the next meeting [of the cabinet] on what action is being taken to address this.
The overspend would have no impact on the school, he added.
Councillors from Warwick District Council listed a catalogue of financial errors leading to a predicted pounds 350,000 overspend by the end of the financial year.
During a cabinet meeting, Councillor Graham Hinchey was asked by Conservative group leader Dianne Rees what the long-term plan for departments that overspend was.
Delores Kelly, chair of the Stormont Environment Committee, said the overspend on the ePic project should now be referred to the Public Accounts Committee.
Just four months into the financial year the city is on course for a pounds 10 million overspend unless action is taken to address the problem.
6 million overspend for all council services during 2007/08.
The party said the overspend represented the government's 'incompetence' and 'failure to listen' to experts who warned that ministers had underestimated the cost of the scheme.
The overspend was not reported for six months and nothing was done for eleven months.
HOLIDAYING Scots overspend by pounds 250 - and most don't even care about it.
COVENTRY'S overstretched social services department has shaved nearly pounds 1 million off a predicted pounds 6 million overspend.