noncash

[non-kash]
adjective
of or constituting financial sources other than cash: a noncash expense.

Origin:
non- + cash1

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The rest of that member's compensation took the form of noncash or deferred benefits.
In some cases, these noncash benefits exceed those available to private-sector personnel.
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In contrast, inflation-adjusted noncash food expenditures declined during the same period.
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