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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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A special rule for margin protection payments and similar allowances provides that a taxpayer may not reduce the numerator of the cost complement by the amount of an allowance, discount, or price rebate that is related to or intended to compensate for a permanent reduction in the taxpayer's retail selling price of inventory (margin protection payment or markdown allowance).
2014, selling price of Diesel sold to bulk consumers (Bulk HSD) shall reduce by Rs 1.
The IRS refers to this as a distortion that is addressed in the proposed regulations by providing that a retail-LCM method taxpayer may not reduce the numerator of the cost-to-retail ratio for an allowance, discount, or price rebate that is related to, or intended to compensate for, a permanent markdown of selling price.
Generally two or more years are required for improved results to be reflected in higher selling prices.
To determine the volume of sales you will need to break even, multiply the number of units you must sell by the selling price.
The traditional selling price for an accounting practice consists primarily of substantial payment (the amount in excess of net asset value) for a contractual package that generally includes covenants, introductions, consulting as well as interest-free financing.
Republic recently announced two separate paperboard selling price increases which should offset most of the rise in paperstock costs to date.
Garmin Nuvi GPS for an average selling price of $258.
Sellers can contribute between 3% and 6% of the selling price of a home depending on the amount of the down payment of the buyer.
With a sleek and stylish body that is small enough to be transported in many of today's laptop bags or remain stationary in the comfort of the home office, the PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer will be available for an estimated selling price of $249.
The comparable sales approach uses the inventory's expected selling price to customers of the business as the basis for its determination of FMV.
Network-ready systems begin at an estimated selling price of $2,869.