compensation paid (to someone) for damages or losses or money already spent etc.; "he received reimbursement for his travel expenses"
(reimburse) pay back for some expense incurred; "Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?"
recoup: reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
Reimbursement is the act of compensating someone for an expense . Often, a person is reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses when the person incurs those expenses through employment or in carrying out duties for another party.
(reimburse) To compensate with pay or money; especially, to repay money spent on one's behalf
(Reimbursements) All reimbursement requests shall be filed for approval and payment within 10 days after the travel period ends for which the reimbursement is being requested.
(reimbursements) [DSMC] Amounts received by an activity for the cost of material, work, or services furnished to others, for credit to an appropriation or other fund account.
(Reimbursements) Legislators’ euphemism for “legally fleecing the taxpayers by making up crap that they then have to pay us for.”
(reimbursements) An eligibility requirement imposed by GASB. A nonexchange revenue (or expense) cannot be recognized until the resources are expended, when a grant or contribution makes this requirement. Also, see interfund reimbursements.
(Reimburse) (v): make good by paying back
(reimburse) To repay or compensate a person or business for expenses, damages, losses, and so on.
Payment of an amount of money related to the amount of the loss to or on behalf of the insured upon the occurrence of a defined loss.
Payment made by a third party to a beneficiary or to a dentist on behalf of the beneficiary, toward repayment of expenses incurred for a service covered by the contractual arrangement.
refers to the payment by the patient (first-party) or insurer (third-party), to the health care provider, for services rendered
the share of property tax, insurance & CAM fees that a tenant has to pay the landlord besides the base rent.
The process by which health care providers are paid for their services.
Payment to participants to ensure that they are not put at a direct, or indirect, financial disadvantage for the time and inconvenience of participation in research. Direct expenses refer to the costs incurred, and indirect expenses refer to losses that arise, because of research participation.
Payment from a health benefits plan to reimburse an individual's covered medical expenses or directly to a health care professional in payment for services rendered to plan participants.
This is money you get back from your health plan for covered costs you paid to your doctor.
Means to repay or pay back to an individual or entity, e.g. to pay an employee for items that were paid by that person's own personal funds.
Optional field in Meal Rates that allows the % reimbursement for serving #1 of this meal.
Financial repayment for costs incurred by individuals in the care of a loved one.
A sum (1) that is received by the federal government as a repayment for commodities sold or services furnished and (2) that is authorized by law to be credited directly to specific appropriation and fund accounts. ...
Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses has incurred.
using EIF loan proceeds to pay back a municipal account that advanced internal funds to temporarily pay project costs.