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write off

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An amount deducted from a patient's account balance due to a contracted negotiation or other factor (e.g., pro bono work).
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Besides, Dr Fahmida Mirza had also write-off more than Rs60 million from Allied Bank, as per the record received by the ECP.
A category N write-off that has had cosmetic damage repaired will generally be worth around 25 per cent less than a similar vehicle with a clear history.
"Even leaving the safety aspect aside, a write-off will usually be worth considerably less than a similar non-accident damaged model.
Another difference between the states involves determining what the reasonable value of medical expenses will be when there is a provider write-off, regardless of whether the collateral source rule allows the write-off to be included as part of determining the reasonable value of medical expenses.
"The supervisory committee of NLB Tutunska Banka has already made a decision for a debt write-off. According to our calculations, NLB Tutunska Banka expects around 370,000 euro of debt of citizens, social cases, to be written off.
First with no write-off of the basis (amortization only) on the paid-in-fulls.
* Are those facts and circumstances sufficient to justify the write-off?
Dell's increased write-off activity in the past few years is likely evidence that the higher expenses are warranted.
Cover firms put damaged write-off vehicles into four categories, and most will fall into category C or D, meaning the insurance company felt it uneconomical to repair.
Their insurance company declared it a write-off but is refusing to settle the claim because the car had previously been written off and repaired.