This video will provide an explanation of slush funds. A slush fund is a sum of money that is set aside as a reserve and that is kept for no particular purpose. Due to a lack of opacity regarding the source of its funds, slush funds are usually viewed negatively as a platform to potentially finance illicit or unethical activities in politics or corporations. Over the years, slush funds have been used to hide transactions, bribe, and influence. Learn more about slush funds in this video.