miscellaneous expenses

miscellaneous expenses

A term of art used in managed care (US) for ancillary expenses, usually hospital charges, other than daily room and board. The total amount of miscellaneous expenses that will be reimbursed is limited in most basic hospitalisation insurance policies
 
Examples
X-rays, drugs, lab testing.
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6% to $1,053,000, for the three months ended September 30, 2015, compared to $935,000 for the three months ended September 30, 2014, primarily due to increases in federal insurance premium, legal fees, advertising, salaries and employee benefits and other miscellaneous expenses.
UNOPS will also have to procure 17 computers and an estimated of 120 plane tickets and miscellaneous expenses.
60 lakh for miscellaneous expenses on his office, ` 4.
The Express Tribune reports that budget documents have further revealed that over Rs57 million has been sought by the Interior Division and the Law, Justice and Human Rights Division for the establishment of the special court and miscellaneous expenses.
A spokesman of DIG Operations Hammad Raza told Media that city police had taken measures to equip police stations with the latest facilities and they were providing stationary besides Rs 50,000 to 60,000 in cash to each SHO for miscellaneous expenses.
It has now been reduced to e1/4320, of which e1/4150 in coupons, a e1/4100 allowance for paying rent, and e1/470 for miscellaneous expenses (utility bills and daily expenses).
2012 gross sales ended for the year at $1,490,000 with net profit of $30,000 plus an additional amount for Owner personal insurance and miscellaneous expenses restaurant pays for.
The $300,000 one-time payment covers his real estate fees, moving costs, travel, temporary living and miscellaneous expenses.
Jawad further briefed that Pakistani kinnow is already expensive in the international market due to high input cost and with the addition of these miscellaneous expenses, buyers may cancel the coming two month orders due to cost.
01 per kg in which they are supposed to cater for compression and operational costs, salaries, rent, fees, diesel for generators, maintenance of building and machines, depreciation and miscellaneous expenses which is illogical.
Around 12 billion som is spent for miscellaneous expenses and special funds.
When production is moved to another facility, be it across the street or the ocean, the one thing that does not go away is miscellaneous expenses.

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