FPL would then terminate the purchased-power contract, avoiding the fixed payments
that customers would otherwise pay through their rates over the remaining life of the contract.
Using fixed payment
models in areas such as the management of multiple chronic diseases and in-hospital procedures and follow-up.
Second, although lotteries generated lower response rates than prepaid fixed payments
, it is unclear whether this effect was due to the differential influence of a guaranteed versus chance (lottery-based) payment or to the fact that the guaranteed payments in these studies were all provided unconditionally, whereas lottery entry was conditional upon response.
Farmers believed they had been offered a seven-year contract of fixed payments
that would not be breached, would not be altered.
are appropriate on smaller projects.
However, if primary physician groups receive fixed payments
under managed care contracts, the cash method may be inappropriate for reporting a group's financial performance and managing a practice.
In the end, customers get outstanding reliability in the form of two new trucks over the course of six years with full warranty coverage and fixed payments
Thus, the debt issuance costs would adjust the overall yield based only on the fixed payments
under the debt; see Regs.
These taxpayers began receiving fixed payments
from their IRAs or other retirement plans based on the value of those accounts at the time they started receiving payments.
The society and its members still have grave concerns about the introduction of fixed payments
for legal aid and I sincerely hope the matter will be debated in detail before Parliament.
farm programs, voting to end 1930s policies that pay farmers not to plant certain crops and to replace many subsidies with fixed payments
that would end after seven years.
That will not necessarily be the case where there are fixed payments
, explained Robert O'Hara, a vice president in the small business lending group of European American Bank, which has about 35 energy loans outstanding.
A GRANT is an irrevocable trust in which the grantor retains a right to receive fixed payments
(such as a fixed annuity) payable at least annually for his or her life (or the joint lives of the grantor and one or more life tenants) or for a term of years (a GRANT is actuarially identical to a charitable remainder annuity trust).