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discount,

n 1. an allowance or deduction made from a gross sum.
v 2. to reduce the amount of a professional fee.
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Historic and forecast consumption values for Discount Retailers for the period 2006 through to 2015
The cash-advance trade discounts were like security deposits, in that they were subject to repayment.
A discount for lack of marketability often is applied when the initial value is derived from comparison to marketable interests, such as publicly-traded stock, when the portion you want valued is not publicly-traded.
Discounts on previously transferred assets would be unaffected.
This month, The CPA Letter Member Benefits feature describes the services and benefits that the Institute offers--from valuable information resources to discounts on products to special rates on insurance.
Note: "You cannot get the low-income benefits if you already have drug coverage from your current or former employer, Medicaid, the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, Tricare, or the Veterans Administration" (quoted from "76 Things You Should Know about the New Medicare Discount Cards," Center for Medicare Rights, http://www.
DAV discounts include savings of 5%-15% on all car classes for daily, weekly, weekend, and monthly rentals in the U.
With so many schools offering discounts, says Davis, the playing field became level once again.
The Federal Reserve Board also approved actions by the boards of directors of the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and San Francisco, decreasing the discount rate at the banks from 2 percent to 1 1/2 percent, effective immediately.
Once approved, the PBM is required to enroll all Medicare beneficiaries who apply if they are not enrolled in another Medicare-endorsed drug discount program.
How can we leverage discount arrangements for people who may still be paying out of pocket, but do credentialing on those services and help them to pay less?
In that letter the writer asked whether a 50% discount on PPS services offered by an ambulance service provider to a SNF could be viewed as a kickback.