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bil·la·ble

(bil'ă-bĕl)
Denotes those procedures or therapies for which the health care professional or facility may expect compensation from the party legally responsible.
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5 million in property taxes on the added billable assessed value alone.
6 percent of the city's billable tax assessments, increased .
Health and educational facilities had billable assessments rise by 11.
The roll announced this week is expected to stay flat, remaining in the $75 billion to $77 billion billable range.
Taxes for fiscal year 1994 were based on the roll that was released last May with billable assessments of $78.
But because of the transitional assessment mechanism, by which changes in actual assessment are phased in over five years, billable assessments only first declined last year - and by a meager percentage at that.
4 percent decline in billable assessments, and assessments should have come down much more.