per diem charge

per diem charge

In mortgage loans, the amount of interest earned by the lender for each day the loan remains unpaid. For purposes of such calculations, some promissory notes define a year as containing 360 days; others define a year as containing 365 days.

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The fundamental difference between a contingent fee arrangement and a fixed fee, per hour, or per diem charge is which party bears the risk of identifying additional undocumented but eligible activities or expenditures to claim.
knows the "scope" of its activities including "what," "where," and "how muck" a third-party consultant would likely be unwilling to engage in an SR&ED review on any basis other than an hourly or per diem charge.
The trophy fee hunters pay excludes the per diem charge that runs between $300 and $500 a day.
per diem charge, unmatched in Canada though it has counterparts in Europe.
The average per diem charge for inpatient rehabilitation is $700 to $1100 (Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, 1993).
In addition to a per diem charge currently ranging from $45 to $85, depending on locale, a variety of miscellaneous charges results in monthly horse training costs of at least $2,000.
In addition to this, there is a $10 per diem charge.
Include In The Proposal Any Related Service Fee Rates & Per Diem Charges.
We are also hoping to add to existing efforts to secure a separate budget for nursing services, exclusive of room and board or per diem charges.
Per diem charges piled on top of room service charges.
2] Average per diem charges for ancillary services furnished by SNFs increased at more than double the rate of swing-bed hospitals although the latter was still 50-percent higher in 1987.
The 1997 results were overstated due to a miscalculation of the allowable per diem charges for in-patient services which misstated revenue, and the associated elimination of the deferred tax benefit.