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payment

 [pa´ment]
remuneration in exchange for goods or services.
prospective payment payment to a health care facility at a predetermined rate for treatment regardless of the cost of care for a specific individual patient.
third party payment payment of hospital or other health care bills by a source other than the patient; the most common sources are private or governmental insurance. Called also third party reimbursement.

payment

Vox populi A wad of cash given for a service rendered or product received. See Bonus payment, Bundled payment, Pass-through payment, Prospective payment.
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In the outgoing year, a person drawing a salary of Rs250,000 per month was paying Rs11,666.66 per month.
In the long run, I believe this practice of paying for media coverage can severely undermine the legitimacy of PR.
In addition, a small return on a low-risk investment in a 529 plan combined with the immediate return from the state tax savings provides a better after-tax return than paying down any remaining debts.
Prisoners will also start paying for doctor visits and will soon face a "utility tax" on TVs, radios, and the other electrical appliances they use in their cells.
businesses that enter into foreign captive insurance arrangements should not lose sight of the FET, both when paying premiums to the captive and when the captive purchases reinsurance.
The money she saved is significant: By making the equivalent of two extra payments a year, Brigman was on track to have her first house paid off in 17 years, paying $44,883.21 in interest versus the $91,924.83 she would have paid had she stuck to the 30-year payment plan, according to an amortization calculator at www.eloan.com.
The empirical question of whether or not we are sufficiently good at evaluating CEO performance can remain unanswered--what should not be questioned is that the desire of the markets and the increased education of the citizenry will only lead to improvements in paying executives.
Paying these premiums pretax saves the employee federal income and Social Security taxes.
"When people start paying to watch teachers teach," I told her, "their salaries will get closer to what players make."
Don't forget the military's free life insurance (now paying $100,000) and the very generous non-contributory retirement plan.
Another problem area involved not paying employees on an "8 and 80" overtime pay plan under Section 7(j) of the FLSA governing daily overtime for hours in excess of eight.
He purchased the five-story walk-up loft building in July of 1993, paying $205,000 for the property, which had been the subject of contentious court actions by the handful of loft dwellers seeking running water, heat and other amenities.