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Members of a religious order provide professional nursing services for a health-care facility that is run by their order.

Members of a religious order provide professional nursing services for a health-care facility that is run by their order. The members are not compensated but their order provides lodging, food, and other necessities. The cost of the lodging, food, etc., is paid by the health-care entity and classified as Nursing Service Expense. At the end of the year the balance in the Nursing Service Expense account is $3 million. The value of the nursing services provided, measured at the prevailing wage for nurses, is $5 million.

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