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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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With water bill rates increasing annually, every drop of water must be monitored.
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.
temporary labor bill rates by job sector and region
While temporary labor hiring has been strong since mid-2011, temporary worker bill rates have remained fairly stable since then.
During this time, treasury bill rates have swung from one direction to the other: rising throughout 1999, but since February 2000, falling once again.
DENVER -- The 2Q 2011 IQNdex shows continued increases in temporary labor bill rates in the U.
The study will provide comprehensive analysis of list price and realized bill rates across a broad range of professional service verticals, positions and job levels around the globe.
IQNdex measures the magnitude and direction of change in temporary labor bill rates by skill set and geography that reflect the rapidly shifting relationship between demand and supply of non-employee workers.
Over the past few years, the Treasury bill rates have been at record lows, resulting in extremely low interest rates on Stafford loans.
Sambataro continued, "We have been successful during 2004 in adjusting our bill rates to cover the unemployment and worker's compensation insurance cost increases we had projected going into the year.