charge for services

See: charge, fee
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With value pricing you charge for services based on their value to the client rather than on how much it costs you to provide them.
For the purpose of this paragraph an arm's length charge for services rendered shall be the amount which was charged or would have been charged for the same or similar services in independent transactions with or between unrelated parties under similar circumstances considering all relevant facts.
482-2(b)(3) provides the general rule that an arm's-length charge for services rendered shall be the amount that "was charged or would have been charged for the same or similar services in independent transactions with or between unrelated parties under similar circumstances considering all relevant facts.
To illustrate this doctrine, we refer to a recent case where prior to showing an apartment a broker required his customer to sign an agreement which stated: "I make no charge for services in helping you find an apartment.
Global Travel Exchange manages supplier Web Service deployments so any supplier can charge for services the same way as a utility company does.
What to charge for services and whether you should use bundled services, hourly charges, support contracts or retainers.
While consumers and some regulators push for more disclosure of the prices hospitals charge for services, some in the industry continue to maintain that the information is not as useful as the public might think.
Integrity: A medical transcription billing method should be fair and honest, resulting in invoices that accurately reflect and charge for services rendered.
Wainhouse Research completed its most detailed channel survey ever, asking video, audio, and web conferencing resellers about the segments they target, how they sell and advertise, the margins they achieve, what they typically charge for services, which vendors are best in class, what are the strengths and weaknesses of existing channel partner programs, and how they see the conferencing channel evolving over the next five years.
0 enables operators control and charge for services -- in real time -- based on dynamic criteria such as prepaid account balance, time, roaming network identity, and specific content characteristics.
Emerging industry standards including Virtual Concatenation, Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) and Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) provide a network deployment model where carriers can provision and charge for services as customers require the bandwidth.
The system performs real-time monitoring of network conditions, delivers timely information on events to network operators, collects and processes data required to accurately charge for services and exchanges key information with billing and other operating systems.