Administrative Charge

Administrative Charge

A fee assessed on a purchase for the time and expense of processing the purchase. For example, if one buys baseball tickets online, one may have to pay an administrative charge in addition to the cost of the tickets themselves and applicable sales taxes. Administrative charges may compensate the seller, for example, for the cost of processing credit card information online.
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Speaking on the occasion, Premier Nawaz Sharif said that his government has doubled the developmental budget since it took over the administrative charge of the country after success with majority in 2013 general election.
In Wrexham, an elderly resident was contacted by telephone by a company claiming they could get her energy bills lowered if she paid an administrative charge of PS299.
LAHORE -- Director General (DG) Lahore Development Authority (LDA) Ahad Khan Cheema has handed over the administrative charge of the authority's enforcement directorate controlled areas to Chief Town Planners for two months.
There will be a small administrative charge similar to that for residents parking permits.
Failure to meet the minimum diversion rates set forth in the contract will result in the levy of an administrative charge based on the degree of deviation from the minimum requirement.
They added that this administrative charge is separate from any criminal prosecution or military disciplinary action.
25%, and there is an annual asset-related administrative charge of 0.
Of the 25 annuities examined that did not impose a front-end load, the combined annual mortality risk charge, expense risk charge and administrative charge (excluding the flat fee) ranged from 0.
If the government is sincere in this regard then, it should hand over the complete administrative charge of power production to provincial government, he stressed.
Shujaat alleged that the sitting government has failed in all aspects and its performance was zero despite five months passed after it took over the administrative charge of the country.
EGoM would look into matters regarding the quantum of 3G spectrum to be auctioned, number of operators in each telecom circle, annual spectrum charges and additional administrative charge, the reserve price for 3G and broadband wireless services (WiMax) and the fee to be paid to the auctioneer.
Thinking in terms of a family of mutual funds is probably the best comparison, because they usually provide for a substantial number of transactions within the family at no additional administrative charge.

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