Agency Bill

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Agency Bill

1. A bill of exchange that a client takes out from a local branch of a foreign bank.

2. See: Agency security.
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He believes that the cause of the problem is cutbacks in training and a "lack of joined-up thinking" between academic and medical management bodies, and says it could be another four years before agency bills begin to fall.
The agency bills itself as the UN "entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women".
Colleges also have to pay 20 per cent VAT on agency bills.
There are cheaper alternatives to expensive agency nurses - health boards need to do more to recruit nurses to their own in-house nursing banks as a means of making savings on their agency bills.
The annual agency bills fund programs and operations that include the Department of Health and Human Services and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Childwall Sports College had among the largest supply agency bills last year, with pounds 273,959 spent.
The agency bills over $120 million dollars a year and carries a client list of well known national and regional accounts such as Ligget, Vector Brands, XO Communications, Just for Men, Vagisil, EAS, Swiss Colony, Perry Ellis, plus many others.
Some trusts in Scotland already pay up to pounds 5million a year in agency bills.
Many of the agents who have had the greatest success here have positioned this as the way the agency bills its clients, only putting customers on direct bill if they decline to authorize electronic funds transfer.
If they are doing business across Europe and paying the rest of their agency bills in euros, they expect the same of the UK.
The agency bills Medicare only for the nursing services because that's all the Federal Government allows.