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Itemized Statement

An invoice or other statement listing entries individually. For example, a grant writer who worked on three grants for a client may issue an itemized statement that lists each grant and the number of hours spent on it on a separate line. Itemized statements are considered more detailed and thus are usually preferred.
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Employers who do not pay an hourly rate for all hours worked in addition to piece-rate wages must also list on the itemized statements the total hours of other nonproductive time, rate of compensation for that time and gross wages paid for that time during the pay period.
7166, or the Synchronized National and Local Elections and Electoral Reforms Law, requires all candidates to file full, true and itemized statements of contributions and expenses for the election 30 days after Election Day.
(1) When issued, the safe harbor in the procedure was welcomed as a means of ending the perpetual stream of agent inquiries for documentation of fees and ending taxpayer frustration at their inability to obtain itemized statements for services performed in respect of various transactions.
* Itemized statements for all towing and storage services provided.
The widower's complaint also says that Jeffrey Plasz--the husband of Buddy Phaneuf's sister--didn't show the widower a copy of itemized statements of goods and services selected.
Employment is verified through employer-issued itemized statements, pay stubs, W-2 forms, employer letters, contracts or agreements, employer sponsored health care, timecards or payment of taxes.
CALIFORNIA LAW REQUIRES THAT EMPLOYERS SEMIMONTHLY, OR AT THE TIME OF EACH PAYMENT OF WAGES, FURNISH EMPLOYEES ITEMIZED STATEMENTS SHOWING THEIR GROSS WAGES AND HOURS.
Chapman introduced Soule to the Individual Development Account (IDA), an investment vehicle that encourages systematic saving and provides itemized statements that track spending habits.
* Itemized statements that track spending habits, capital gains, and dividends.
Only a minority of the responding firms go to the effort of supplying clients with itemized statements. Small firms are least likely to itemize, with only 26.2% reporting that they follow the practice.
Firms providing itemized statements find that their clients are much more satisfied than if the fees are based on a per-project basis.
Also, in this era of healthcare reform and cost-containment, a facility should be willing to negotiate per diem rates and provide itemized statements.