How to use Windfall in a sentence
Once you have changed your mindset about the ways you can save money, you'll find a windfall of opportunities to do so.
Right now, getting a 2,000 windfall would make me " rich " .
We are pressing for a windfall tax on their profits.
This is a great option if you have extra cash from a tax refund or other windfall.
To add insult to injury, the scheme is proving a recipe for windfall profits.Advertisement
The windfall apples that were bruised were usually turned into apple wine, which is really easy to make.
There had been an unexpected windfall of half a million pounds more in License Fee income than expected.
All over the ground are the windfall apples we did n't get to collect.
Through the windfall levy, 5,000 schools throughout Britain have already been modernized.
Bedford has received a windfall to the tune of £ 4 million.Advertisement
Sadly, that doesn't mean that QPR can look forward to a massive windfall in a few years ' time.
For example, existing late night operators should gain a financial windfall from reform should the maximum license fee remain around £ 500.
At the time we did not understand the potential windfall that we have come to realize by making this commitment.
Adults are covered big windfall for or people moving.
On top they may be due arrears back to last January, bringing a possible extra cash windfall.Advertisement
Housing windfall for OIC Orkney Islands Council has received a £ 3 million pound windfall for housing.
Two million pensioners will receive a personal phone call telling them they are entitled to a £ 50 monthly council tax windfall.
Under oil windfall profits, Russia's GDP should have grown by 15% to 16% in 2005.
So while the Treasury has reaped a windfall as a result of Britain 's recent economic success, local government has not benefitted directly.
In the middle of this trough came an unexpected turn of events which resulted in another windfall in publishing royalties.Advertisement
At the heart of the budget will be a windfall tax on the excess profits of the privatized utilities.
Do n't encourage your heirs to expect a windfall, however.
Right now, getting a 2,000 windfall would make me " rich ".
Sadly, that does n't mean that QPR can look forward to a massive windfall in a few years ' time.
Under oil windfall profits, Russia 's GDP should have grown by 15% to 16% in 2005.Advertisement
A short run benefit of this was another of Brown 's special windfall taxes.
These programs were also a windfall for travel companies that could encourage customers to use a particular airline by offering coupons and extra miles.
If the email that appears to be a scam is from someone claiming to have sweepstakes winnings for you, or an inheritance or some other financial windfall you weren't expecting, use extreme caution.
If one of the betrothed will be receiving an inheritance or other windfall in the future, he or she may wish to protect those assets as well, even if they are not yet something they're in possession of.
Windfall fortunes have been handed to the few lucky fat cats in the right place at the right time.
The increase in world petroleum prices has given the Russian budget a windfall increase of $ 1 billion a month.
The Iraqi leadership reaped a public relations windfall last weekend with its deft handling of the hijack of a Saudi airliner to Baghdad.
Don't encourage your heirs to expect a windfall, however.
The huge windfall is set to commence late this year with a one-off dividend worth a huge $ 32 billion being scheduled for December.
Emboldened perhaps by the windfall of 1813, Bentham in the following year took a lease of Ford Abbey, a fine mansion with a deer-park, in Dorsetshire; but in 1818 returned to the house in Queen's Square Place which he had occupied since the death of his father in 1792.