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premium

1. an amount paid in addition to a standard rate, price, wage, etc.; bonus
2. the amount above nominal or par value at which something sells
3. 
a. an offer of something free or at a specially reduced price as an inducement to buy a commodity or service
b. (as modifier): a premium offer
4. a fee, now rarely required, for instruction or apprenticeship in a profession or trade
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The Finance Ministry plans to submit a definitive bill on the insurance premium tax, which will replace the current special insurance levy of 8 percent, to the cabinet as soon as April.
Changes to how compensation pay-outs are calculated, insurance premium tax, more whiplash-style claims and rising repair bills are all piling on the pressure for cashstrapped drivers.
In a table listing the case advocates' top 10 issues, Olson shows that the number of new cases involving ACA premium tax credit problems fell to 4,643 in federal fiscal year 2017, which ended Sept.
They also provide rules for reconciling advance payments of the premium tax credit.
To prevent destabilization of the individual health insurance markets throughout this country, Commissioner Jones is urging the Senate to immediately fund the CSRs for the rest of 2017 and for the 2018 policy year, reinstitute and fund a federal reinsurance program, and consider extending the premium tax moratorium.
The AHCA bill also includes a proposal to replace the current income-based premium tax credit with an age-based tax credit
If the worker in that situation rejects the employer's coverage, the spouse and children have no right to use the ACA premium tax credit to pay for exchange plan coverage, officials say.
The Government should be in no doubt that such steep increases in insurance premium tax may eat into the finances of both households and businesses.
The standard rate of Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) - the tax paid each time an insurance policy is purchased in the UK - increased from 6% to 9.
On June 25, the Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated decision in which it upheld the availability of premium tax credits under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), PL.
The summer Budget revealed that insurance premium tax will be increased from six per cent to 9.
With the price rise likely to continue for the rest of 2015, as well as the scheduled car insurance premium tax increase (6% to 9.