Bureau Rate

Bureau Rate

A premium per unit of insurance established by a cooperative organization for insurance companies in individual states.
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15) The primary contention of deregulators in respect to rate bureau rate-making was that bureau rates were artificially high and provided a price umbrella that allowed less efficient carriers to exist, while allowing the more efficient carriers to make high profits.
The bureau-based content maintenance service allows us to streamline our bureau rate adoption process and increase our efficiency," commented Larry Fortin, CIO of Millers Mutual Group.
2 percent reduction in the 1993 costs of this coverage to North Carolina employers whose policies were priced at the full Rate Bureau rate.
Another easy win is to buy currency before leaving home to avoid poor airport bureau rates.
The Better Business Bureau rates companies based on the length of time in business, company's practice in following licensing and advertising regulations, complaint history and how effectively and timely complaints are resolved.
Stephen Beck developed the company's all-natural treatment protocol 20 years ago and it is so effective that the Better Business Bureau rates LiceDoctors with an "A" grade, its highest rating.
The Better Business Bureau rates Carlos Amantea's practice an F for failing to respond to a complaint against the business.
ISLAMABAD, November 21, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The list of NRO beneficiaries issued by the government reflects that bureau rates have more benefited from NRO than politicians.
This appears to be a lose/lose situation, as the hospitals pay bureau rates and the staff pay secondary tax.
Athletic Bureau rates COC seventh in Southern California and 12th in the state.
The National Charities Information Bureau rates 400 national charities and assesses how they work.
i] are a set of dummy variables indicating that the state has one of three types of regulatory policies covering the workers' compensation insurance market: a deregulated or competitive market, a policy that allows pricing deviations from approved bureau rates, or mandatory use of approved bureau rates.
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