surcharge


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surcharge

(in the United States) an additional fee charged to health plan enrollees for benefits not provided in the health plan contract.

surcharge,

n a stated dollar amount paid to the dental professional by the beneficiary in addition to other reimbursement received by third-party payers.
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Fined PS440, PS85 costs, PS44 victim surcharge, PS150 court charge (6pts).
Stephanie Davis, 23, of Ball Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
It used to be that the surcharges changed from one installation to another," said Garth.
It was up to them to install the meters, and if they didn't design their programs properly, the owners shouldn't have to pay the surcharge.
There is also the possibility that a surcharge prohibition may be ineffective in keeping costs to consumers down.
Fined PS260 with PS26 victim surcharge, PS85 costs, PS150 criminal courts charge and banned from driving for 22 months.
Mohammad Shakeel Munir Senior Vice President and Mohammad Ashfaq Hussain Chatha Vice President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that instead of supplying electricity at affordable cost, government has made power tariff a source of generating tax revenue by imposing various surcharges, which was totally unjustified.
Jonathan Paul Edwards, of Harlequin Court, Newport Road, Cardiff, was fined pounds 300 with pounds 75 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge after admitting drink-driving.
Surcharges are assessed for some of the restaurants.
We do not have to second guess if we eventually get a fuel surcharge.
For example, one foundry president told us recently that in the past he was told by his largest customer not to show any sort of surcharge on job quotations.
Conditional discharge for 12 months, ordered to pay PS185 compensation with PS15 victim surcharge and PS150 criminal courts charge.