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Payer

The person making a payment to a payee.

Payer

A person or institution that makes a payment. In ordinary transactions, the buyer is the payer, though a third party may be the payer in some circumstances. In bonds and loans, the issuer or borrower is the payer to the bondholder or lender. In equities, a publicly-traded company is the payer of dividends. See also: Payee.
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Tricia Roddy, director of planning administration for Maryland Medicaid, said in a letter to the commission the plan would foster "more equitable and accurate distribution of uncompensated care among payers."
Richard Scheffler, director of the University of California, Berkeley's Global Center for Health Economics and Policy Research, said revenues for single payer could come in forms more palatable to the public.
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* The payer and the payee do not file a joint return with each other; and
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After considering the intention of the worker and payer, CRA and the courts normally consider the following five main factors:
Chi-square tests compared the proportion of encounters for each payer in 2013 and 2014.
* Evaluate payer attitudes to price rebates and discounts as well as examining the challenges risk sharing and outcome based pricing could play
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Generally, employment tax liability is determined under the Code and cannot be altered by an agreement between an employer and a third party In limited circumstances, a third-party payer may be considered the person responsible for withholding and payment of employment taxes in addition to--or in lieu of--the employer.