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fair price

Healthcare Blue Book's recommended price for healthcare services, which is based on the typical fee that providers in a particular region of the USA accept as payment from insurance companies. The fair price is generally regarded as the ceiling that one must pay, regardless of the provider’s actual charge.
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genuine grievances of the stakeholders so that FBR rates of all areas remain at a certain percentage of the fair market value and there is no anomaly in fixation of the fair market value between comparable areas.
This definition is what I consider as "the first face of fair market value.
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The exercise price (strike price) must meet or exceed the fair market value (or 110 percent of the fair market value, if the optionee is a 10 percent shareholder) of the underlying stock at grant.
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But because they do not take immediate title, the value of that gift, for tax purposes, is significantly less than its fair market value.
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The court noted that a shareholder's basis in property may differ from its fair market value.
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