actual charge

actual charge

the amount actually charged or billed by a practitioner for a service. The actual charge usually is not the same as that paid for the service by an insurance plan.

Actual Charge

The actual amount of money a physician or other provider or supplier in the US charges for a certain medical service or product. The actual charge is usually more than the amount approved (i.e., paid) by Medicare or the insurer.

actual charge

Health insurance The actual amount charged by a physician for medical services rendered
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Details of the final actual charge are expected to be disclosed in the Company's 2017 results announcement, due on March 1, 2018.
Details of the final actual charge are expected to be disclosed in BPs fourth quarter 2017 results announcement, due on 6 February 2018.
Details of the final actual charge are expected to be disclosed in BP's fourth quarter 2017 results announcement, due on Feb.
And she said she felt "scammed" when the actual charge was nearly four times that amount.
The 36-year-old, from Knowsley, said: "The whole episode as well as the adverse publicity which followed the actual charge, which was by requisition, caused me, my family and my business interests significant harm despite the fact that the Crown Prosecution Service's decision not to proceed was made within two weeks of my original court attendance.
He said: "The actual charge should reflect the true cost but they are charging a PS50 flat rate" The charge always used to be at the discretion of GP practices.
His actual charge for the visit was around $200, but he kindly charged me only $50.
Speaking at the Waste Management Middle East Forum in Dubai, Saifaie did not say what the actual charge would be.
Plans using UCR determine the usual, customary and reasonable charge for a service, often called the "allowed" charge, and then treat the allowed or UCR charge (or the actual charge, if lower), as the maximum amount to which they apply the percentage of the charge that they reimburse.
It's important to understand that, in the federal justice system, the stipulations are as important in determining the punishment as the actual charge or the number of counts.
I know it is something to do with interest rates but they appear to be quite different to what the lender is quoting as its actual charge.