bill for

bill (one) for (something)

To send someone an invoice for a good delivered or a service rendered. I wouldn't celebrate too much—if you didn't have to pay today, I'm sure they'll bill you for it later.
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bill someone for something

to ask someone for payment for something in writing. Just bill me for the balance. She billed them for her expenses and then tried to deduct the expenses from her income tax.
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A [nursing facility] will be hard-pressed to develop expertise in every Part B service or item it is responsible to provide and bill for under consolidated billing," observes Bill Blanchfill, chief compliance officer for McKesson HBOC Medical Group, Extended Care.
Not only will we correct past bills, we keep you on track by monitoring every, bill for a nominal charge.
Only the necessary number of professionals should bill for attendance at a hearing, conference or meeting.
The details of how the facility will bill for ancillary services provided to Part A patients during that period are as yet not clear.