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Price

(prīs),
Ernest Arthur, early 20th-century English biochemist. See: Carr-Price reaction.

PRICE

(prīs) [An acronym for protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation]
A regimen that supports healing in overuse injuries.
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Changing pricing perspective involves embracing lessons from an auction--the notion that different customers have different valuations for a product.
Pricing and demand for reclaimed PET and HDPE is related to pricing for their virgin counterparts.
Pricing changes need to follow a change in the perceived value of an institution, not lead it.
The insights and strategies revealed in The Tao of Pricing can be applied to any type of pricing--newsletters, special reports, consumer goods, even consulting fees.
In a recent study by Horison Information Strategies, relative pricing comparisons were made for working subsystems of enterprise-class disk, mid-range disk, and for lower-cost IDE/ATA or subsystems, and for a variety of vendors' automated tape subsystems.
Discussing price up front puts these issues on the table, and in the long run will save countless hours spent in pricing disputes, write-offs and other problems that could have been avoided had there been better communication at the beginning of the engagement.
Section 247 has three main elements: a statutory expression of the arm's length principle as the basis on which adjustments to income and the cost of property may be made'(6) a specific transfer pricing penalty;(7) and documentation requirements that, if not satisfied at a threshold level, will engender the imposition of the penalty(8) in respect of adjustments to income and the tax cost of property.
The penalty would be 10% of the amount of the "reduced" transfer pricing income and "capital adjustments.
Of course, pricing should be done very, very carefully.