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Bill

1. A statement given buy a seller to a buyer itemizing the sale and demanding payment. A bill may be for the sale of a good or a service. The bill usually states the names of the counterparties, the goods and/or services purchased, and adds any applicable sales tax or VAT. It may also include the terms of sale, especially if it is a credit sale. A bill is also called an invoice. See also: Receipt.

2. Informal for Treasury bill.

bill

1. A Treasury bill.
2. See due bill.

bill

  1. 1a financial instrument, such as a BILL OF EXCHANGE and TREASURY BILL, that is issued by a firm or government as a means of borrowing money.
  2. the colloquial term used to describe an INVOICE (a request for payment for products or services received).
  3. a draft of a particular piece of legislation that forms the basis of an Act of Parliament, such as the Fair Trading Act 1973.
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Nowhere was the contrast in values more visible than in the differences between the tentative market values of Class I and its tentative billable assessments.
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Insiders and outsiders alike have speculated on the short and long-term effects of these increases in billable hours expectations.
Average annual billable hours for staff were 1,622 as recently as 1999.
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If it is provided at a freestanding facility, it is included in the SNF's PPS per diem, and therefore it is not separately billable by the provider of the radiation.
The labor theory of value, like the billable hour, is an idea from the day before yesterday.
With your borough, block and lot handy, taxpayers may research their final assessed and billable valuations through the Internet at NYC Property through the City's web site at www.
5 percent of respondents reported stable to improved billable hours, a decline from the third quarter of 2012 (71.
The update comes with a redesigned user interface layout, avatars for projects and clients, new reports, billable hours to help customers make the most of their time, etc.
Recently, the Congress required CMS to explore the creation of a bundled payment for all ESRD services, including separately billable drugs.