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Utility Bill

The amount a household or office is expected to pay for electricity, water and/or gas each month. Utility bills vary according to one's usage. However, many local and national governments regulate the profits of utility companies, limiting the amount they can charge customers. Utility bills are almost always a significant business expense. See also: Dow Jones Utility Average.
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Request for Proposal: Printing & mailing of utility bills
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The study found that multifamily buildings where owners pay utility bills use around 30 percent more energy (BTUs) per square foot than buildings where tenants pay utility bills.
When residents enter the management office with questions about their utility bills, the first thing out of their mouths is usually a question or a complaint.
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In Hungary, OCR-based utility bills are paid at post offices or through wire transfers.
Surely one way to get acquainted and to learn a language is to see it often on utility bills etc.