Bill Rate

Bill Rate

1. The amount that a company or professional charges per hour of work. For example, the bill rate for an attorney may be $300 per hour.

2. The interest rate on a debt security with a maturity of one year or less.
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The plan, 'Akiba Mkononi' enables subscribers to open and manage accounts from a mobile phone and earn interest at a rate which will be two percentage points off the prevailing Treasury Bill rate.
Not all buildings will benefit by utilizing this bill rate, but for many this will be the answer to the high cost of water billing.
While the gap between employee salary trends and temporary worker bill rate trends narrowed in 2011, a difference has persisted over several years (see Graph 1).
A marked slowing in temporary labor bill rate increases in the third quarter of 2011, compared to the first half of 2011, reflecting a widespread easing of upward rate pressures.
In IT Jobs, Business Skills Command a Premium over Traditionally Technical Skills Further analysis of the Technical-IT sector indicates a sharp disparity in the bill rate trends of jobs with different skill sets; those requiring a blend of both business and technical skills have shown significantly higher rate increases than more technical IT jobs focused on development and operational tasks.
Service Performance Insight Launches 2011 Professional Services Bill Rate Study
In addition to the quarterly IQNdex reports, clients of IQNavigator also gain priority access to custom market rate analyses (Market IQ) and detailed benchmarking rate reports (Rate IQ), which provide temporary labor bill rate analyses by location and skill level of over 130 job titles that have been normalized across millions of assignments.
In effect, the Stafford loan interest rate will change from a variable interest rate (indexed from the three-month Treasury bill rate plus 1.
The "Applicable Rate" was determined by taking the highest of the Treasury Bill Rate, the Ten Year Constant Maturity Rate and the Thirty Year Constant Maturity Rate (as defined) multiplied by 110 percent, based on the arithmetic average of the two most recent weekly per annum market discount rates prior to the last ten calendar days of March 2003, but not less than 6.
All classes of debt will be taxable floating-rate securities and will be indexed off of either the 91-day Treasury bill rate or 3-Month LIBOR.
The institutional investor will then receive compounded annualized returns similar to a traditional Treasury Bill rate.