Activity Charge

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Activity Charge

A fee a company or bank assesses for providing a service. For example, a bank may assess an activity charge if a person withdraws money from that bank's ATM. Likewise, an activity charge may also be assessed monthly on every checking account at a bank to keep them open. See also: Service Fee.
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The Concentration Account Should Operate On A "target Balance" Basis, Whereby The Required Balance To Support Activity Charges Will Become The Compensating Balance.
The sexual activity charges relate to offences said to have been committed on January 30 this year.
The Austrian-inspired activity charges QR15 for at least 15 minutes of skiing.
All our organs have magnetism, and the MRI looks at the poles - the positive and negative activity charges - in our tissues and then translates that into imaging," said Dr.
Paul Lee, prosecuting, said the pleas were acceptable to the Crown because Watson's criminal conduct was adequately covered by the sexual activity charges to which he had pleaded guilty.
The growth in non- interest income is attributable to higher bank activity charges and fees.
He was sentenced to three years for the grooming charge and four years for each of the sexual activity charges.
That, she said, is a function of SunTrust's high IOTA handling and account activity charges and a large number of high volume IOTA accounts that generate a lot of per check and per deposit charges.
1%, before the impairment, debt redemption cost, provision for tax certificates, restructuring and exit activity charges of ($13.
Non-interest expense - "Year-to-date, excluding impairment, restructuring and exit activity charges of $6.
Data processing and item processing costs also increased $133,000 for the quarter due to systems costs to service the new locations and activity charges resulting from an increased customer base.